Where Does Oak Trees Grow?

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The oak tree grows in most climatic conditions especially in Mediterranean semi-desert and subtropical rainforest. The pedunculate or English oak is the most common in southern and central British broadleaved woods. It grows in most conditions except marshy grounds.
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Oak trees normally grow in temperate climates. Oak is an intricately varied plant, which have leaves and structures that grow in a number of ways. The leaves of the Oak are usually obscure and lobed.
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well, there are many kinds of oak trees. Most types of oak trees grow at a medium rate. The red oak grows at a rate of about 2 feet per year which is comparatively fast. Growth rate
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Oak trees are native to the Northern Hemisphere. If you want to plant an oak tree, try to plant it away from the house so the roots will not go underneath.
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leaves, flowers and acorns.
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