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      Schuettes Oak | Zone 3 - 9. This fast growing Oak (up to 3 times quicker than other swamp oaks) is a hybrid cross between Swamp White Oak and Bur Oak. They produce a sweet acorn in abundance (starting as early as 4 ft. tall) which will only draw the Whitetail out. Grows upwards of 70 ft. with 40 ft. spread. Will grow in wet areas as well as upland areas.

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