The seed of an oak tree is called an acorn.
An acorn is the seed of an oak tree, so in the nature of things the seed produces another of it's parent, so an acorn becomes an oak tree.
The acorn is the seed.
The 'acorn' is the seed of the Oak tree.
An oak has an acorn and it is the seed pod.
An Oak is a deciduous tree not an evergreen. The acorn is the seed of the Oak tree
An acorn is a seed, usually producing a tree of the Oak variety.
Definitely an acorn
its a seed of a oak tree
Plant an oak tree.
Acorn is the seed of an oak tree and yes an oak is a hardwood. did you know that it takes a oak tree over 50 years to be able to produce acorns.
An acorn. If you happen to break open an acorn you will see what will eventually become an oak.
You plant the acorn and wait.
Not a fruit but a seed called the 'acorn'
No, the acorn is the seed of the Oak tree
A oak tree will grow
Dirt / soil It's the seed of a (oak) tree.
Oak is the tree. An acorn which is the seed of the Oak will produce more trees. The Oak when cut down will produce timber which is Oak timber.
An acorn is the nut of the oak tree, or the oak nut. Inside the tough shell of the acorn is usually only one seed and on rare occasions, two seeds.
Not really ... think of the acorn and the oak But the size of the plant will limit the size of its seeds. Not really ... think of the acorn and the oak But the size of the plant will limit the size of its seeds.
An acorn is not a tree it is the fruit of the oak [Quercus] The oak is hardy.
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