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Prefers moist to saturated soils, but will tolerate up to 3 inches of
standing water for short periods.
Acorns of this species are eaten by wildlife. Also used as cover and nesting
Used for upland slope buffer stabilization.
Up to 75 feet
Nutrient Load Tolerance
Low to moderate
Flowering Color and Time
July to September
Not shade tolerant
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