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Beacon Swamp White Oak Tree

Quercus bicolor 'Bonnie and Mike'

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One of the Only Columnar Oak Varieties Available

Why Beacon® Swamp White Oak Trees?

Looking for timeless beauty and shade that grows strong for decades to come? Look no further than the Beacon® Swamp White Oak, which offers the classic Oak benefits you love in a brand new silhouette.

It's one of the only columnar White Oaks on the market today. But despite its sleeker growth habit, it's as strong as ever and provides effortless shade as well as any similar variety. From Minnesota down to Florida, it thrives in urban and rural landscapes alike.

That means you won't need a lot of space to plant this upright-growing Oak. Unlike other varieties, its spread doesn't reach quite as far - so you can use this Oak in clean borders and focal-point plantings in your front yard. It can even be placed closer to structures since it makes less mess and doesn't have branches that extend too far from its trunk.

Why Fast-Growing-Trees.com is Better

First, you get classic shade and unbelievable growth with your White Oak. But the best part is you get a strong start and long-lived success. Because we've planted, grown, and shipped your Beacon® Swamp White Oak with maximum care, you reap the rewards. We've done the hard work for you...now, you get healthy roots and more developed branching than ever before, delivered right to your door.

The strength, rich color, and unique growth of the Beacon Swamp will live on for years to come. Get your own Beacon Swamp White Oak Tree today!

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Product Details

Mature Height:30-35 ft.
Mature Width:12-16 ft.
Sunlight:Full Sun
Growth Rate:Moderate
Botanical Name:Quercus bicolor 'Bonnie and Mike'
Does Not Ship To:AZ,CA,FL,LA,OR,WI
Grows Well In Zones:4-8 outdoors
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Growing Zones: 4-8 outdoors

(hardy down to -20℉)

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Based on 7 reviews

Betsy R.
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Beautiful Tree

Shipped and received in a timely fashion. Nice root system.

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Fingers crossed

Ordering and shipping was fast and easy. My 6-7' beacon swamp white oak was delivered in good shape. Planted in May, its leaves dropped in June as summer kicked into gear, and it finally showed new growth in the past week or two in late July. Fingers crossed the tree strengthens and becomes a nice addition to my property. The columnar shape was ideal, as my property is not appropriate for a larger oak variety.

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It grew

I purchased one 7 foot Quercus bicolor very early in the spring. I planted it quickly. The dog woods I also purchased showed early growth. Nothing from the oak............I waited......and waited...and it finally showed growth in late may. It is in a choice location in terms of partial sun only and now looks happy. Foliage is still "gappy" in places but its just starting to resemble the cylindrical foliage typical of the species and shown in the picture on the website. The image I shared was taken 2 weeks ago and it has progressed since then. This is a very tough tree once established and should outlive all of us by 100+ years.

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Sara T.
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Beautiful tree. Using g them for single tree separate wind breaks around house

Fast shipping and boxed well

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So Far So Good Fits the spot perfect!

Arrived beautiful. I’m amazed it was leafed out when it arrived bare root. It’s been about 3 weeks old and still looks great. As far as transplant shock I think the tree is in the clear but I’ll keep after it. Fertilizing with liquid fish fertilizer every week ’til it gets too hot. One question: What are the parents of this tree? Just Quercus bicolor or crossed with Q. robur or something else?

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