The Q&A Archives: White Oaks

Question: What is the approximate growth rate of the white oak tree?

Answer: Plant growth rate really depends upon the conditions under which it is growing. If placed in a sunny spot, in rich, well-draining soil, a White Oak can grow 1 1/2' - 2' feet per year, reaching a maximum height of about 60'.

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