to much to ask for?
What tree or trees would yall recommend to plant in the wild, with the occasional watering (once or twice a month), weed control, that could survive moderate droughts, 100+ degrees in summer, 20 degree winter (once a blue moon) in sandy clay loam and it would have to produce some kind of acorn, nut (heavy mast) or fruit to benefit the whitetail deer population in no more than 5 years of it being planted? That would be my dream tree and would buy quite a few of them. If I get an answer I will plant them all over my farm. Ive tried year after year, but no luck. That's why I've been posting on here quite a bit lately. I have great success with pine trees, but anything else I've planted out in the wild does not survive.