This tree is not native to Ohio and the closest it gets is southern Indiana along the Ohio River. It grows on moist and wet loamy soils of bottom lands, along streams and borders of swamps in mixed hardwoods. The high quality wood is used in all kinds of construction and for implements. The acorns are sweet and serve as food to wildlife. Seedlings are grow very quickly and 4′ is not uncommon in one year.
Cow Oak or Swamp Chestnut Oak is not native to Ohio. It occurs naturally in Indiana and Kentucky but also in the SE states west to Texas and Oklahoma. It produces very large acorns and grows quickly. Our seed source is from Missouri. We have them at 3' +/- />
Native trees and shrubs that will grow and perform well. This is the value we provide!