When do oak trees bloom?

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Like many plants, the flowers of oak trees bloom in the spring. These blooms often contain pollen which increases the sensitivity of people who are allergic to oak pollen; it can also leave a yellow film on objects left outside.
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When Do Oak Trees Bloom?
Although most oak trees are capable of blooming acorns at approximately two decades of maturity, the majority produce the seed with vigor between 50 and 80 years of age; production falls off drastically as the tree nears a century of growth.... More »
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Oak tress are towering trees that are commonly found in front of homes and in parks. They can grow to be a very ripe old age, but do not start blooming leaves until they are 20 years old. By the time the tree reaches 80 years old, it will also start to bloom small flowers and acorns. Red oak trees, which are in areas with both cool and warm weather will bloom each year around March, while white oak trees do not bloom annually until April.
Oak trees bloom in early spring. Oak trees have a male and female flower. Pollination occurs in oak trees from wind blowing. The catkins (male flowers) pollen is blown by the wind to the petal-less female flower to cause pollination. You can find more information at www.archbold-station.org
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