Southern Red Oak
The Northern's Southern sister - the Southern Red Oak Acorn is smaller than the Northern and just as beautiful. The Southern Red Oak color is a light brown/light red mix. An excellent acorn for animal feed, planting, decoration and crafts.
All Natural - No Chemicals
Can be used for:
We do not sell acorns for human consumption!
How many Southern Red Oak Acorns in 1 lb? 75-100
Planting instructions: Plant in the fall or spring. Fall - as soon as acorns drop from the trees or before your first frost. Spring - after your last frost. Place acorn sideways under 1 inch of seed starting mix. The best seed starting mixture is 3 parts Sphagnum Peat Moss, 1 part perlite and 1 part vermiculite. Keep bedding moist - not soaking wet.
*Acorns do not come with caps. Caps naturally fall off acorns during harvest season.
*Please read our FAQ page for frequently asked questions.
*Note: The picture of the Southern Red Oak Acorns may not accurately represent our current offering of Southern Red Oak Acorns. Like any product produced by nature, acorns of the same species can be of different sizes and colors. One area of collection may be different in size and color than another area of collection.