the tree is almost 9'', caliber 4', my neighbor told me that oak trees go
inside the house when they grow old, is that correct?
and how far i should plant this tree anyhow, i wanna put somehwere on the
I assume what your trying to say about inside the house, is that once
the oak gets matured and a larger root growth it is prone to having
roots migrate inside a foundation etc. This is true of most trees for
the most part.
I have some huge oaks, and yes they do eventually work their roots to
a foundation etc, so just make sure you have sufficient space for
growth that will not incroach upon your basement or slab or drainage
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What variety of oak, and where do you live?
Some oaks have very deep roots and few surface roots. They cause
little problems for pipes and foundations. Others have invasive
Some oaks cannot be planted where they get summer water from lawn
sprinklers. They rot and die. Others thrive on summer water. In
some cases, this depends on whether the seedling and sapling
stages were container grown.
David E. Ross
Climate: California Mediterranean
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