Native to Eastern U.S. The Burr oak is a medium to very large tree with a broad, spreading, rounded crown, a massive trunk, and low, large, spreading branches. Acorns are edible, ripening in autumn of the first year. As with most oaks, the nuts of this species are eaten by many birds and mammals. Acorns are a large component of the hard mast (nuts) that fall to the ground in autumn, providing winter food for deer, squirrels, bear, mice, ducks, grouse, quail, turkey, blue jays, nuthatches, woodpeckers, and more. 

2-0, 2-3' bareroot, bundles of 5.

Burr Oak (5/bundle)