No, Oak trees are not indigenous to South Africa.
There are a number of different species, mostly indigenous to N America, Europe and the Mediterranean
hoe long dose it take a oak tree to grow 30m high
It needs quite alot of sun so I suggest you put it in full sun and give it quite a generous amount of water as it is quite hard to grow.
There are many types of Native Americans, thus many different Native American dialects. Therefore you have to specify which Native American tribe you are referring to.
Acorns should be refrigerated to keep them from drying out, but do not freeze them.
Red Oak acorns should be kept moist and refrigerated for at least 42 days. White Oak acorns germinate quickly and can be planted immediately. Be sure to identify the type of oak tree you collect acorns from.
Squirrels, badgers, and hedgehogs eat oak tree leaves.
== == Score or crack the shell, you make a hole in the dirt, put the acorn in, and cover the hole with soil....wait.... Don't forget to water!
stratisfying is the proccces of arranging data into classes or stratas
wombats, carpender ants, and the rare foliage dieted bear of the Netherlands
Acorns are the fru it of an oak tree. The number of acorns depends on several factors. The number of flowers the tree produces, the number of flowers that are pollinated, the health of the tree, and the age of the tree would all have an affect on the number of acorns produced.
There are different varieties of Oak tree and their heights vary. Here are some examples:
The American White Oak, Japanese Oak and European Oak can reach a height of 100 FT
American Red Oak reaches a height of 70 FT.
you shouldn't cos it is a tree
No, because oak trees goes hibernation (dormant) during winter to conserve energy
the bark is the part of an oak tree that is most like a human skin
You would use meter's to measure an oak tree's height.
When the leaves change color in the fall is the best time to trim oak trees. These trees are infected with insects in different regions and have a very prutent smell to them. The insects are attracted to the small of a wounded tree. Also with diseases like oak wilk and sudden oak death fungal problems make their way into open wounds in the spring and summer time very easily.
Butterflies don't lay eggs then.
thicker and stronger than saplings