Quercus macrocarpa

Oak, Bur

Categories: Bare Root , Container Trees , Fall Dig Risk Trees , Parkgrade Trees , Trees

FALL DIG RISK


Interesting Notes:

Native Illinois tree that makes a magnificent specimen. Dark green leaves, corky branches. Tolerates a variety of soil types, drought and pollution.


Height:

70-80 Ft

Spread:

70-80 Ft

Hardiness Zone:

3-8
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Characteristics & Attributes

Attributes:

  • Native Plant
  • Drought Tolerant
  • Great for Urban Setting

Exposure:

  • Full Sun

Foliage Color:

  • Dark Green

Fall Foliage Color:

  • Yellow-Brown

Flower Characteristics:

  • Catkins

Season of Interest (Foliage):

  • Spring
  • Summer

Habit:

  • Spreading

Growth Rate:

  • Slow

Soil Moisture:

  • Adaptable to Various Soils


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