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 Do oak trees have acorns?

Answer Yes, oak trees have acorns. Some oak trees don't start producing acorns until they are 50 years old, but other trees will start production around 20 years of age. Acorns are always produced in the ... Read More »
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Do all oak trees have acorns?

Almost all mature oak trees have acorns. An acorn will germinate, under the right conditions, to produce a young oak seedling, which can grow, mature and make acorns in a few years. The oak tree cy... Read More »
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Do acorns come from oak trees?

Acorns come only from oak trees. The two major types of oak trees are white oaks and black oaks. White oak tree do not produce acorns until they are 50 years old. Black oak trees instead only take ... Read More »
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Oak Trees & Acorns?

Oak trees are known for their sturdy timber. In the fall, the deciduous trees prepare for colder weather by shedding leaves that have turned bright red. Oaks can take up to 100 years to reach matur... Read More »
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Do maple trees have acorns?

Maple trees are very common trees in the United States. They do not produce acorns, only groups of green flowers that produce samaras, which are winged fruits. The seeds contained in the samaras ar... Read More »
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