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Listing of our Clematis Vines - Rhora's Nut Farm & Nursery
Listing of our Clematis Vines - Rhora's Nut Farm & NurseryListing of our Clematis Vines - Rhora's Nut Farm & NurseryListing of our Clematis Vines - Rhora's Nut Farm & Nursery
Listing of our Clematis Vines - Rhora's Nut Farm & Nursery
 

The following hybrid oaks were selected from many sources which showed extreme hardiness, consistant yearly production, growth habit, and reliable sweet taste.

 

Schuettes Oak

 

Zone 3 - 9    SEE ZONE MAP

 

This fast growing Oak (up to 3 times quicker than other swamp oaks) is a hybrid cross between Swamp White Oak and Bur Oak. They produce a sweet acorn in abundance (starting as early as 4 ft. tall) which will only draw the Whitetail out. Grows upwards of 70 ft. with 40 ft. spread.

 

Will grow in wet areas as well as upland areas.

 


 

Rhora's Nut Farm & Nursery - Schuettes Oak

Sargent Oak #7

 

Zone 3 - 9   SEE ZONE MAP

 

The Sargent Oak # 7 & # 5's are producers of some of the heaviest crops of large sweet acorns that you will see (anywhere between 800 - 1000 pounds [potentially 1/2 ton each year]) All different kinds of wild life will be drawn to the sweet acorns, especially the Whitetail.

 

Cross between two oaks in the white oak family.

 

Will grow in may types of soils, but does well also

on sandy to rocky areas.

 


 

 

Sauls Oak

 

Zone 3 -8   SEE ZONE MAP

 

Cross between Chestnut Oak and White Oak.

This fast growing and early producer (as early as 4 years) of heavy crops of sweet acorns (anywhere from 500 to 1000 pounds) every year.

On alternative years crops are exceptionally high.

Sweet flavour for wildlife.

 


Rhora's Nut Farm & Nursery - Sauls Oak

BurGamble Oak

 

Zone 4 - 9   SEE ZONE MAP

 

A great cross between Bur Oak and Gambel Oak both in the White Oak family.  Quite unusual as some have produced acorns at 5 - 7 years of age, and because it grows in a shrub like fashion rather than straight leader. Fine producer of sweet acorns.

 

 


                     Rhora's Nut Farm & Nursery - BurGamble Oak

Bimundors Oak

 

Zone 3 - 9   SEE ZONE MAP

 

Hybrid from White Oak and English Oak.

Grows as shrub type of tree making it unusual. One of the heaviest producers of sweet acorns for wildlife.

Some have produced acorns beginning from 5 - 8 years of age.

 


 

 

Sargent Oak #5

 

Zone 3 - 9  SEE ZONE MAP

 

The Sargent Oak # 7 & # 5's are producers of some of the heaviest crops of large sweet acorns that you will see (anywhere between 800 - 1000 pounds [potentially 1/2 ton each year]) All different kinds of wild life will be drawn to the sweet acorns, especially the Whitetail.

 

Another cross from two oaks all in the white oak family.

 

Will grow on most soils including dry sandy to gravel types.

 


 

Bebbs Oak

 

Zone 3 - 9   SEE ZONE MAP

 

A cross between a white Oak and Burr Oak. Take note that this is one of the best hybrids for growth rate and acorn production. Produces very sweet acorn for wild life. Early producer of acorns.

 


 

                Rhora's Nut Farm & Nursery - Bebbs Oak

Burenglish Oak

 

Zone 4 - 8  SEE ZONE MAP

 

Hybrid between Burr Oak and English Oak.  Produces sweet acorns.  Is able to establish itself under adverse conditions.  Usually takes between 6 - 9 years to produce acorns.  A good selection.

 

 



   

 Morse Hybrid Oak

 

Climatic Zone 3-9      SEE ZONE MAP. 

 Cross between swamp white oak X white oak.

Morse Hybrid Oak is a unique tree in the White Oak family.   Our trees have grown to 9-13’ in 5 years from seedling trees produced. We have had some that have produced acorns by the 4th year from planting. . This is a very promising Hybrid Oak for early acorn production! One of our most promising hybrids.

 

 

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 Jack Oak Hybrid

Climatic Zone 3 -9.  SEE ZONE MAP

 Cross between  white oak X swamp white oak.

This hybred grows  well in both wet and upland soils. At our location they're planted in both clay upland soils and clay/loam moist soil. Both locations are producing equal results in terms of growth rates and acorn production. Production started as early as 4 - 5 years from seedlings and are heavy producer for young trees.

 

 

 

English Wide Oak

Clmatic Zone 3 -9.  SEE ZONE MAP.

 A good producer of large acorns which is excellent for wild life.  Grows in clay  to heavy soils.  Sometimes keeps it leaves later than other oaks. 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quantities and prices for each variety  

            9-12"                                             13 - 19"                                  20- 28"

  1 -   9          $12.00 each                      18.00 each                            29.00 ea

  10 - 59            9.00 each                      16..00 each                           24.00 ea                       

  60 - 99            7.00 each                      12.00 each                           18..00 ea

100 +                6.00  each                        8.00 each                           14.00 ea


 

Inoculant for above                                                                                            $18.00

 
   


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