Two-year-old tree that is approximately 5 feet tall
A medium to large size oak with dark green leaves in summer turning yellow-orange to orangish-brown in fall, named because of the resemblance of the leaves to the Allegheny chinquapin. Wildlife love the acorns. As this species matures, it becomes a magnificent specimen and a conversation piece. Adapts to many different soil types. Grow in full sun.
Chinquapin Oak Trees reach 70 feet tall.