Big Trees
Burr Oak
Quercus macrocarpa
50'-60 tall with a 50'-60' spread. Broadly oval irregular open habit. Full sun exposure. Grows in wet soil. Green leaf turning copper yellow in the Fall. Average growth rate. A large impressive native tree.
Pin Oak
Quercus palustris
50'-75 tall with a 35-50 spread. Pyramidal form with slender horizontal branches. Full sun exposure. Grows in wet soil. Fast growth rate. Green foliage turning copper red in the Fall. Leaves hold late. A formal looking shade tree.
Red Oak
Quercus rubra
50'-75' tall with a 50' spread. Rounded form. Full sun exposure. Grows in moist well-drained soil. Fast growth rate. Green leaf turning red in the Fall. Great specimen shade tree.
Scarlet Oak
Quercus coccinea
50'-70' tall with a 40-50 spread. Open broadly oval form. Full sun exposure. Grows in moist well-drained soil, but will tolerate dry sandy soil. Dark green glossy leaves turning red/russet reds in the Fall. Fast growth rate.
Swamp White Oak
Quercus bicolor
50'-60' tall with an equal or greater spread. Open rounded form. Full sun exposure. Grows in wet soil. Green heavily textured leaves turning yellow, brown to reddish in the Fall.
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