White Shield Osage Orange

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Quick Overview

White Shield Osage Orange is both Thornless and fruitless. This incredibly tough Midwest native was found in the western part of Oklahoma by Steve Bieberich. Heat and drought tolerant and has remarkable dark green, glossy foliage that turns yellow in the Fall.

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Quick Overview

Why it rocks:

White Shield Osage Orange is both Thornless and fruitless. This incredibly tough Midwest native was found in the western part of Oklahoma by Steve Bieberich. Heat and drought tolerant and has remarkable dark green, glossy foliage that turns yellow in the Fall.

Where to put it:

White Shield Osage Orange can be effective as a wind break when planted in a row along property lines. Will provide ample shade in any area of the landscape. We recommend that it be planted at least 15 Ft from any buildings if possible.

What it needs:

White Shield Osage Orange is very adaptable as it is tolerant clay soil, both wet and dry conditions, air pollution, cold and wind. Prefers full sun to part shade. 

Specs

Specs
Botanical Name Maclura pomifera ‘White Shield’
Hardiness Zone 5
Tree Type Shade
Size Range Medium Tree (25-40 feet)
Mature Height 35'
Mature Spread 35'
Shape Upright Spreading/Arching
Foliage Color Green
Fall Color Yellow/Gold
Flower Color No
Decorative Fruit Fruitless
Landscape Uses Shade, Hedge, Windbreak
Growth Rate Rapid
Plant Tolerance Very Adaptable