Box Oak

Okay, this is interesting. So far, I haven’t been able to turn up any information about Box Oak trees. If you happen to find a link, would you please let me know. Thanks.

About M.J.Deare

I am a writer, actively researching topics of interest. I am also a graduate of the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, with a degree in English, and have a master's degree from the University of Memphis. Born in New Orleans, I lived there until moving to northwest Arkansas and from there to Memphis, Tennessee. My husband and I currently reside in The Woodlands, Texas.
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2 Responses to Box Oak

  1. pobept says:

    I think you will find the term box oak applies to any oak wood that has been sawed and or milled to box wood thickness. This is most often 1/8 to 3/16 inch thick and not the common 1 or 2 inch thickness used in construction.

    • Thank you so very much! I had no idea, and I’ll bet most people wouldn’t have a clue about the meaning of “box oak.” How interesting! No wonder it didn’t turn up in any list of trees. Thanks again for the information!

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