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The Living Urn® System with Live Oak Seedling

$ 149.00

Live Oak - The Living Urn

$ 149.00

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The Living Urn™ for People ships now; Live Oak seedling will arrive in the Spring planting season - why?

What’s Included

Everything you need to grow a living memory:

  •    - Our Patent Pending BioUrn®
  •    - RootProtect™, Our Proprietary Ash Neutralizing Agent
  •    - Premium Growth Mix
  •    - Aged Wood Chips
  •    - Planting Instructions
  •    - Premium Live Oak Seedling

        Live Oaks cannot be shipped to AK, AZ, HI, CA, FL, LA and OR due to state restrictions.

        • Live Oak - The Living Urn
        • Live Oak - The Living Urn
        • Live Oak - The Living Urn
        • Live Oak - The Living Urn

        About

        Majestic! Romantic! These are words often used to describe this iconic tree of the South.   Often seen magnificently draped in Spanish moss, many have called this true beauty one of the most impressive North American trees. It grows rapidly when young and can live to be hundreds of years old. It will thrive in almost any location and have superior wind resistance. The character of Live Oaks can change dramatically with location, however. On drier sites it assumes a dwarf form and near the northern climates it drops its leaves in the fall like any ordinary broad-leaf tree. Its exceptionally strong wood was a key lumber in early navy vessels, including the famous USS Constitution. (Yes, 'Old Ironsides' was really made of wood.) Today it is a favorite of arborists and city foresters for its wind firmness, adaptability to various soil types and tolerance to soil compaction and salt spray.

        Wildlife

        Cherished by local wildlife, the sweet live oak acorns are at the top of the food preference list for birds such as wood ducks, wild turkeys, quail, and jays, and mammals such as squirrels, raccoons, and whitetail deer.

        Quirky Facts

        It was once so valuable for wooden vessels that the United States Navy maintained its own Oak forests. It earned its place in American history as the lumber used in the construction of the naval frigate USS Constitution, and when British cannon balls bounced off the hull during a battle, the vessel was thereafter known as "Old Ironsides." The early Native Americans liked it too, extracting an oil from its sweet acorns that was something akin to modern olive oil.

        Live Oak - The Living Urn
        • Live Oak - The Living Urn
        • Live Oak - The Living Urn
        • Live Oak - The Living Urn
        • Live Oak - The Living Urn

        The Living Urn™ for People ships now; Live Oak seedling will arrive in the Spring planting season - why?

        What’s Included

        Everything you need to grow a living memory:

        •    - Our Patent Pending BioUrn®
        •    - RootProtect™, Our Proprietary Ash Neutralizing Agent
        •    - Premium Growth Mix
        •    - Aged Wood Chips
        •    - Planting Instructions
        •    - Premium Live Oak Seedling

              Live Oaks cannot be shipped to AK, AZ, HI, CA, FL, LA and OR due to state restrictions.

              About

              Majestic! Romantic! These are words often used to describe this iconic tree of the South.   Often seen magnificently draped in Spanish moss, many have called this true beauty one of the most impressive North American trees. It grows rapidly when young and can live to be hundreds of years old. It will thrive in almost any location and have superior wind resistance. The character of Live Oaks can change dramatically with location, however. On drier sites it assumes a dwarf form and near the northern climates it drops its leaves in the fall like any ordinary broad-leaf tree. Its exceptionally strong wood was a key lumber in early navy vessels, including the famous USS Constitution. (Yes, 'Old Ironsides' was really made of wood.) Today it is a favorite of arborists and city foresters for its wind firmness, adaptability to various soil types and tolerance to soil compaction and salt spray.

              Wildlife

              Cherished by local wildlife, the sweet live oak acorns are at the top of the food preference list for birds such as wood ducks, wild turkeys, quail, and jays, and mammals such as squirrels, raccoons, and whitetail deer.

              Quirky Facts

              It was once so valuable for wooden vessels that the United States Navy maintained its own Oak forests. It earned its place in American history as the lumber used in the construction of the naval frigate USS Constitution, and when British cannon balls bounced off the hull during a battle, the vessel was thereafter known as "Old Ironsides." The early Native Americans liked it too, extracting an oil from its sweet acorns that was something akin to modern olive oil.

              The Living Urn System with Live Oak Seedling

              $ 149.00

              has been successfully added to your cart . Feel free to continue shopping or check out .

              About

              Majestic! Romantic! These are words often used to describe this iconic tree of the South.   Often seen magnificently draped in Spanish moss, many have called this true beauty one of the most impressive North American trees. It grows rapidly when young and can live to be hundreds of years old. It will thrive in almost any location and have superior wind resistance. The character of Live Oaks can change dramatically with location, however. On drier sites it assumes a dwarf form and near the northern climates it drops its leaves in the fall like any ordinary broad-leaf tree. Its exceptionally strong wood was a key lumber in early navy vessels, including the famous USS Constitution. (Yes, 'Old Ironsides' was really made of wood.) Today it is a favorite of arborists and city foresters for its wind firmness, adaptability to various soil types and tolerance to soil compaction and salt spray.

              Wildlife

              Cherished by local wildlife, the sweet live oak acorns are at the top of the food preference list for birds such as wood ducks, wild turkeys, quail, and jays, and mammals such as squirrels, raccoons, and whitetail deer.

              Quirky Facts

              It was once so valuable for wooden vessels that the United States Navy maintained its own Oak forests. It earned its place in American history as the lumber used in the construction of the naval frigate USS Constitution, and when British cannon balls bounced off the hull during a battle, the vessel was thereafter known as "Old Ironsides." The early Native Americans liked it too, extracting an oil from its sweet acorns that was something akin to modern olive oil.

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              Unlike Evergreens, which we ship year-round, Seasonal trees are shipped in early to mid-Spring and again in the Fall and are sent according to your local climate and this year's weather. This is done to be sure your tree is planted at the optimal time. Also, to be sure that your seedling arrives in a strong and healthy condition, we need to ship Seasonals when they are dormant in the Spring and Fall. Send us an email to info@thelivingurn.com or call us at (800) 495-7022 with questions or for more information regarding the delivery date of your tree.

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