24. Northern Red Oak


Northern Red Oak Quercus rubra – Bristle-tipped leaves turn red in the fall. The leaves have 7-11 waxy lobes. A good street tree that tolerates pollution and compacted soil. Grows as much as 2′ per year for the first 10 years, reaching a height of 60′-75′ with a 45′ spread.

Bundles of 10 or 50 trees

Catalog item no. 24

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