White Oak Tree Seeds | Germination Rate: 80%
Attract Deer with White Oak Acorns. White Oak Acorns have the least amount of tannins of all acorn species. Deer prefer White Oak's for their sweet, less tannic taste. One pound of White Oak Acorns contains approx. 70-80 acorns.
All Natural - No Chemicals
We do not sell acorns for human consumption!
Note: White Oak Acorns have the highest moisture content of all acorns. The shelf life for White Oak Acorns is 7 days without freezing. If left in humid environments - these acorns will mold very quickly. Open your box(s) as soon as you receive them - and store in brown paper bags in a dark, cool, dry room or ziplock bags in a freezer. White Oaks germinate (sprout) as soon as they fall from the trees. White Oaks contain white larvae worms. The worms make a hole inside the acorns and eat the nut meats. They can live in the acorns for up to 3 months - feeding off the nut meats. Per our terms & conditions page; if you order White Oak Acorns - you will find these little white worms in your shipment. The worms will most likely be in the bottom of the bag. Pour the acorns out of the bag into a new bag or box. Dump the original bag outside.
Per our terms & conditions page: We do not issue refunds or returns if your White Oak Acorns come with white larvae worms or mold. White Oak Acorns have a very short shelf life, high moisture content (which causes molding) and are a favorite treat of White Larvae Worms.
Planting instructions: Plant in the fall or spring. Fall - 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.
*Please read our FAQ page for frequently asked questions.
*Acorns do not come with caps. Caps naturally fall off acorns during harvest season.
*Note: The picture of the White Oak Acorns may not accurately represent our current offering of White Oak Acorns. Like snow flakes, 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.