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- For answers to commonly asked oak tree questions, see below.
|Base value:||550 coins|
|Seed price:||303 coins|
|Acorn price:||550 coins|
The most impressive, mighty and enormous tree you will ever see in your garden. Be warned that you need patience, care and lots of water before you will ever see the oak at its full potential.
Surface terrain requirements
Tree needs to be planted in soil, grass, or long grass.
How best to grow it
Use green fertilizer to help mature your tree.
Fertilizing an oak tree is trickier than other vegetables or flowers. The key to fertilizing this tree is waiting until you see the buds to use the fertilizer. The tree does not need fertilization the first time buds appear, but it does the next three times there are buds. The first fertilization does not occur until after the top of the tree has split into two branches. Make sure it's watered, wait for it to grow, and you should have a fully branched oak tree that has more branches and will produce more acorns!
This tree is significantly larger than all the other types of trees, so it will need more space to grow than normal. Be sure to keep it away from the edge of your garden and away from other plants or structures. If you plant a seed and don't see a tree sprout appear right away, chances are you planted it too close to something else.
Oak seed uses
- Feeding an oak seed to a Cluckles, Doenut, or Juicygoose changes its color to a green variant.
- Feeding an oak seed and a wedge of cheese to a Parrybo changes its color to a yellow-and-green variant.
- Eating 2 acorns helps meet the Elephanilla Romance requirements.
- Eating 2 acorns helps meet the Pigxie Romance requirements.
Oak tree uses
- 1 fully-grown oak tree in the garden helps meet the Eaglair Resident requirements
- 2 fully-grown oak trees in the garden helps meet the Eaglair Romance requirements
- An acorn cannot be transformed.
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