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Known for its prevalence on old plantations in the Southern U.S., the live oak (Quercus virginiana) is the quintessential shade tree, especially as it only loses its leaves for a few weeks during spring. It is long-lived and low-maintenance, and its rapid growth rate means it establishes quickly, sometimes growing ...
Laura Young saved to How Does Your Garden Grow?
“Live Oaks are native trees to our region with wide crown spread providing plenty of shade. #HOUTrees”
“Amazing....: The Seven Sisters Oak is the largest certified southern live oak tree. Located in Mandeville, Louisiana, it is estimated to be up to 1,500 years old #thicktrunktuesday”
Rennie Fisher saved to Trees
Angel Oak Tree Park is located on Johns Island with no admission charge. The park also has a gift shop and picnic area. On Johns Island stands the majestic Angel Oak. Estimated to be between 400-500 years old; the tree towers 65 feet high and has a circumference of 25.5 feet. Its area of shade is 17,000 square feet and its largest limb has a circumference of 11.5 feet, and a length of 89 feet. Live oaks are not particularly tall trees, but have wide-spreading canopies. Only in the very old…
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Beth Thomas saved to Gardens
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RACHELLE ALEXA saved to AD2 PLT3
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Avery Island Live Oak and Spanish Moss << Wonder how old this tree is, looks massive! Beautiful tree. <3~R~<3
Robin Ramsey saved to Trees
Many people love the majestic Oak. There's nothing like the shade and grandeur an oak tree brings to a landscape. But what can you grow in all that shade your oak tree provides? There are actually quite a few wonderful plants that thrive beneath oak trees! Take a look.
Yevgeniy Pashkovskiy saved to Speedtree
Beautiful and powerful, these monsters of the maritime stand as iconic symbols of the South.
Samuel Williams saved to Majestic Oaks