Oak trees produce acorns once per year. The number of acorns produced can vary from a handful one year to a large amount on what is called a "mast year." A theory that explains the excessive fruit production is predator ... More »

Oak tress begin to produce acorns in late September, and they continue to produce them until December. Green acorns begin forming at the tips of branches in groups of three to five. When the acorns mature, they turn dark... More »

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Oak trees come from acorns. Acorns are nuts produced by oak trees that drop to the ground in early autumn. Although not generally eaten by modern humans, acorns are beloved fare of squirrels and chipmunks. More »

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Oak trees are known for reaching massive heights, have spirally-arranged, broad leaves and produce fruit in the form of acorns. Most oaks are deciduous trees that are free of pests and diseases. More »

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Oak tress begin to produce acorns in late September, and they continue to produce them until December. Green acorns begin forming at the tips of branches in groups of three to five. When the acorns mature, they turn dark... More »

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Oak comes from oak trees. Oak trees are native to North America but are now found in most parts of the world, except extremely cold places. They grow in China, the Himalayas, most of Europe and in parts of South America. More »

Oak is usually a stronger wood than maple because it is more resistant to breaking when bent, impacted and compressed both with and across the grain. These characteristics vary by species as the sugar maple, which is the... More »