Shop for Hardwoods

The Wildlife Group has a complete offering of oak trees for your hunting property. Planting oaks is one of the best things you can do to improve both wildlife habitat and your future hunting opportunities.

Please note: We now have several Hardwood tree packages available in online from our Shop ‘n Ship Online Store with FREE SHIPPING ON ONLINE ORDERS!

BAREROOT HEIGHT
12-­ 24” $2.00
24-­ 36” $3.00
36” + $5.00
CONTAINER
3 GAL $12.00
7 GAL $40.00
 BUR OAK 60’ -­ 100’ {Quercus macrocarpa} USDA Zones 3 – 8 – The Bur Oak is known for the largest acorn of all oak species. A large tree with a massive and broad spread. Beautiful fall color with large leaves up to 12 inches long. Have been planted along Samford Avenue on the Auburn University campus. Great for fall color and landscape beauty.HABITAT: Very adaptable to various soil conditions, limestone rich soils are favored.
BAREROOT HEIGHT
12-­ 24” $2.00
24-­ 36” $3.00
36” + $5.00
CONTAINER
3 GAL $12.00
CHERRY BARK OAK 100’ -­ 120’ {Quercus pagoda} USDA Zones 4 to 8 – A large, handsome, sturdy tree of the Red Oak family, noted for good timber value. Bark becomes scaly with age.HABITAT: Prefers well drained lowlands of the Southeast.
BAREROOT HEIGHT
12-­ 24” $2.00
24-­ 36” $3.00
36” + $5.00
CONTAINER
7 GAL $40.00
15 GAL  $60.00
CHINKAPIN OAK 60’ -­ 80’ {Quercus muehlenbergii} USDA Zones 5 – 8 – ]The Chinkapin oak is in the white Oak family. Unlike most White Oaks the Chinkapin tends to produce acorns at an early age (5-­8 years). The Chinkapin is very stately specimen getting as wide as tall. Becoming very popular for wildlife plantings because of the early production of acorns.HABITAT: Prefers rich bottom lands and alkaline soils.
BAREROOT HEIGHT
12-­ 24” $2.00
24-­ 36” $3.00
36” + $5.00
CONTAINER
3 GAL $12.00
7 GAL $40.00
DWARF CHINKAPIN OAK 10’ USDA Zones 6 to 9 – This small tree or shrub makes an excellent choice for wildlife. Dwarf Oak gets approximately 10 ft. tall and can produce acorns in 3 to 5 years. Mostly found in the Eastern U.S. Habitat: Grows well in dry sandy, rocky or acidic soil.
BAREROOT HEIGHT
12-­ 24” $2.00
24-­ 36” $3.00
36” + $5.00
CONTAINER
3 GAL $12.00
7 GAL $40.00
GOBBLER SAWTOOTH OAK 50’ -­ 80’ {Quercus acutissima} “Gobbler” USDA Zones 5 to 9 – Like the Sawtooth Oak, known for it’s rapid growth and mass acorn production, same characteristics of Sawtooth Oak except acorn size is smaller.HABITAT: Well drained soil in full sunlight.
BAREROOT HEIGHT
12-­ 24” $2.00
24-­ 36” $3.00
36” + $5.00
CONTAINER
3 GAL $12.00
7 GAL $40.00
15 GAL  $60.00
LIVE OAK 40’ -­ 50’ {Quercus virginiana} USDA Zones (7) 8 to 10 – Medium-­sized evergreen tree with short, broad trunk buttressed at the base forking into a few nearly horizontal, long branches, and very broad, spreading, dense crown.HABITAT: Sandy soils including coastal dunes and ridges near marshes; often in pure stands.
BAREROOT HEIGHT
12-­ 24” $2.00
24-­ 36” $3.00
36” + $5.00
CONTAINER
3 GAL $12.00
7 GAL $40.00
NUTALL OAK 60’ -­ 100’ {Quercus nuttallii} USDA Zones 5 – 9 -Large tree with swollen base and open crown of spreading to horizontal or slightly drooping branches. Latest acorn drop of all oaks typically drops acorns December/January great from late season deer and duck.HABITAT: Wet, poorly drained, clay soils of flood plains; sometimes on pure stands.
BAREROOT HEIGHT
12-­ 24” $2.00
24-­ 36” $3.00
36” + $5.00
CONTAINER
3 GAL $12.00
7 GAL $40.00
OVERCUP OAK 60’ -­ 80’ {Quercus lyrata} USDA Zones 5 to 9 – Rounded crown of small, often drooping branches, with acorns almost covered by the cup and narrow deeply lobed leaves.HABITAT: Wet clay and silty clay soils, mostly on poorly drained flood plains and swamp borders;; sometimes in pure stands.
BAREROOT HEIGHT
12-­ 24” $2.00
24-­ 36” $3.00
36” + $5.00
CONTAINER
3 GAL $12.00
7 GAL $40.00
15 GAL  $60.00
SAWTOOTH OAK 50’ – 80’ {Quercus acutissima} USDA Zones 5 to 9 – The Sawtooth Oak is known for its rapid growth. This oak was imported from the Far East over a hundred years ago and adapted very well to life in the United States. It is by far the most popular hard mast-­producing tree at this time.HABITAT: Well-­drained soil in full sunlight.
BAREROOT HEIGHT
12-­ 24” $2.00
24-­ 36” $3.00
36” + $5.00
CONTAINER
3 GAL $12.00
7 GAL $40.00
SHUMARD OAK 70’ -­ 90’ {Quercus shumardii} USDA Zones 5 to 9 – A pyramidal tree becoming more spreading at maturity.HABITAT: Well drained soils, drought tolerant a virtue but also does well in creek and river bottoms.
BAREROOT HEIGHT
12-­ 24” $2.00
24-­ 36” $3.00
36” + $5.00
CONTAINER
3 GAL $12.00
7 GAL $40.00
SWAMP CHESTNUT 60’ -­ 80’ {Quercus michauxi} USDA Zones 5 to 8 (9) – Large tree with compact, rounded crown and chestnut like foliage.HABITAT: Moist sites including well drained, sandy loam and silty clay flood plains along streams;; sometimes in pure stands.
BAREROOT HEIGHT
12-­ 24” $2.00
24-­ 36” $3.00
CONTAINER
3 GAL $12.00
SWAMP WHITE OAK (Quercus bicolor) USDA Zones 4-­8 – Swamp white oak grows 50-­60’in height with equal to or greater spread. The acorn is typically rounded and about 1’ long with about 1/3 covered by the cap. Requires acid soils typically found in low lying moist bottom land and along banks of streams. Beautiful tree resembles the Swamp Chestnut oak but with a longer somewhat smaller acorn.
BAREROOT HEIGHT
12-­ 24” $2.00
24-­ 36” $3.00
CONTAINER
3 GAL $12.00
WATER OAK 100’ -­ 120’ {Quercus nigra} USDA Zones 6 to 9 – Typically a bottomland species, abundant and widespread throughout the Southeast. A top consistent acorn producer. HABITAT: Prefers well drained lowlands of the Southeast.
BAREROOT HEIGHT
12-­ 24” $2.00
24-­ 36” $3.00
36” + $5.00
CONTAINER
3 GAL $12.00
7 GAL $40.00
WHITE OAK 80’ -­ 100’+ {Quercus alba} USDA Zones 3 to 9 – The classic eastern oak, with wide spreading branches and a rounded crown, the trunk irregularly divided into spreading, often horizontal, stout branches. HABITAT: Moist well-­drained uplands and lowlands, often in pure stands.
BAREROOT HEIGHT
12-­ 24” $2.00
24-­ 36” $3.00
36” + $5.00
CONTAINER
3 GAL $12.00
WILLOW OAK 50’ -­ 80’ {Quercus phellos} USDA Zones 7 to 9 – Conical or rounded crown of many slender branches ending in very slender, pin like twigs with willow like foliage. HABITAT: Moist alluvial soils of lowlands, chiefly flood plains or bottomlands of streams;; sometimes in pure stands.
BAREROOT HEIGHT
15-­20 FT $150.00
FIELD GROWN BALL & BURLAP TREES – B & B trees will be dug with a machine. The roots will be wrapped in burlap then enclosed with a wire basket. All B & B trees must be preordered at least one week in advance.
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Species available: Sawtooth, Gobbler, Sawtooth, Bur Oak, Willow Oak, Nuttall Oak, Shumard Oak, Chinese Chestnut

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