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This 75-100 ft., deciduous oak occasionally reaches 120 ft. in height. Its straight trunk is clear of branches for some distance above the ground and supports a wide canopy, commonly 3/4 that of height. The dark bark is striped with long, smooth plates separated by deep furrows. Leaf lobes are bristle-tipped. Fall color is can be crimson, golden-orange, or russet. The northernmost eastern oak, it is also the most important lumber species of red oak.

A popular handsome shade and street tree, with good form and dense foliage. One of the most rapid-growing oaks, it transplants easily, is hardy in city conditions, and endures cold.

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SKU: QURUC2 Category:

Additional information

Native

Long Island, United States

Sunlight

Full, Full-Partial, Partial, Partial-Shade

Moisture

Medium, Medium-Dry

Wetland Indicator

FACU

Special Attributes

Butterfly Attractor, Hummingbird Attractor, Salt Tolerant, Shade Tree

Size

10 Gallon, 2 Gallon

This 75-100 ft., deciduous oak occasionally reaches 120 ft. in height. Its straight trunk is clear of branches for some distance above the ground and supports a wide canopy, commonly 3/4 that of height. The dark bark is striped with long, smooth plates separated by deep furrows. Leaf lobes are bristle-tipped. Fall color is can be crimson, golden-orange, or russet. The northernmost eastern oak, it is also the most important lumber species of red oak.

A popular handsome shade and street tree, with good form and dense foliage. One of the most rapid-growing oaks, it transplants easily, is hardy in city conditions, and endures cold.