A fairly fast growing, medium-sized tree that may reach a diameter of 3 feet. Grows naturally in the northern two-thirds of the state along low hills and stream bottoms, but is adaptable to a wide variety of sites. Despite its name, this species does not naturally grow in swamps. The acorns are one of the favored fall foods for deer, turkey and many other wildlife species. Height at maturity is 70 ft.

Swamp White Oak

  • This species can be commonly used for erosion control and reforestation. Wildlife benefits are food and cover