A slow growing oak frequenting dry ridge-tops in southern Appalachian areas. Generally considered to be a small to medium sized tree. As with all our trees we recommend a regimen of fertilization to keep them growing their best.
Associated Species: 
Blackjack Oak and sassafras
Post Oak wood is very durable and is frequently used for railroad ties and other situations in which wood comes in contact with the ground. The acorns are among the smallest produced by the Oak family. The leaves are cross-shaped and pubescent.