English Oak

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English Oak (Quercus robur)

A trip through the English countryside will provide sufficient reason for bringing an English Oak into the garden.  The broad-rounded habit, the wide spreading, ridged and furrowed branches, and the sturdy, imposing trunk provide architectural elegance.  English Oak is easier to transplant than White Oak.

Mature Height: 40′-60′

Mature Spread: 40′-60′

Zone: 3

Sunlight: Full sun

Soil Preference: Tolerant to a wide variety of soils, can handle dry or poor soils with high pH.

Nurseryman’s Notes: A very adaptable oak tree.  Moderate growth rate (12″-18″ per year) with yellow to yellowish brown fall color. Few pest or disease problems and tolerant of tough planting sites.

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