Hundredfold White Oak 3 Seeds - Quercus alba Canada Native Tree, Sweet Acorn Nuts, Highly Sought for by White-Tailed Deers, Excellent for Food Plot and Food Forest
White Oak acorns are sweet and edible when raw, and were traditionally an important staple food for native populations. White Oak acorns are still used today, often ground into flour for baking or roasted as a caffeine-free coffee substitute.
White Oak is valued as one of our most important commercial hardwoods. All oaks have very hard, durable, and elastic wood, and White Oak has traditionally been used as a watertight wood in shipbuilding and casks and barrels for whiskies and wines.
- Birds, bears, deer, squirrels, and other animals eat the acorns.
- Trees provide perching and nesting sites for songbirds.
- Many birds and mammals use the twigs and leaves for nesting material.
- In North American culture, white oaks are a historical symbol of peace and calmness.