Species included in this sale are:
Quercus prinus- Chestnut Oak
Dry to moist well drained soil. Rounded dense crown to 70 feet. The most drought tolerant of the oaks, along with Bur and Scarlet. Can grow 12’-15’ over 7 to 10 year period. Does well in dry, rocky soil.
Quercus bicolor – Swamp White Oak.
Dry to wet soil, occasional standing water OK. Dense wide spreading crown. 50’-60’ tall. Drought tolerant once established. Golden yellow fall color. One of the easiest oaks to transplant. Tolerates compacted soil.
Quercus palustris – Pin Oak SOLD OUT
Moist to wet soil, will tolerate occasional shallow standing water and drier soil once established. Strongly pyramidal when young, open and spreading with age. Fast growing up to 100’. Grows 12’-15’ in a 5 to 7 year period. Fall color russet, bronze, or red. One of the most dependable for all color, and a wonderful symmetric look in winter. Lower limbs cascade downward created a graceful shape.
Acer saccharum – Sugar Maple SOLD OUT
Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Best in fertile, slightly acidic, moist soils in full sun. Grows poorly in compacted, poorly drained soils.
Quercus alba – White Oak.
Moist, well-drained soil best, but tolerates less than ideal. Broad, dense crown. Grows 12’-15’ over a 10 to 12 year period, reaching 80 feet or so. Fall color is brown to rich red. Superior shade tree.
Quercus coccinea – Scarlet Oak.
Dry to moist, well drained soil. Irregular open crown to 75 feet. Tolerates very dry.