||This species of oak is found in a few counties in South Carolina, Georgia, and Alabama with the largest extent of it's range being in pennisular Florida. Restricted naturally to the coastal plain and occurring in neutral and alkaline sandy well drained sites, Quercus chapmanii can grow up to 30'High, but usually attains a smaller size near 20' tall. In zones 7b and warmer it remains evergreen. Produces a full crop of small acorns for turkey and song birds as well as providing a great nesting habitat. Fits well in the landscape as a specimen tree, as a hedge, or as an anchor for the corner of your landscape. Very rare in the nursery trade.