hingle oak acorn tree seeds, Live Oak tree Seeds, Quercus imbricaria Acorns, 1/2 to 2/3 inch long are topped with a thin cap enclosing the top 1/3 of the nut. Part care: Although it has a taproot, shingle oak can be easier to transplant than some oaks. Shingle oak got its name because the naturalist who discovered it noticed that French colonists in Illinois were using the wood to make roofing shingles. The leaves resemble those of laurel (bay),It is said that early French Creole colonists in Illinois used this species of oak to provide wooden shingles for their homes (it can easily be split into thin sheets); apparently some traditionalists in the South still use it for housing shingles. It also makes a nice ornamental tree. The acorns are eaten by many species of birds and mammals.🌰🌰.
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