Northern Red Oak (Quercus rubra)
Image: Pleasant Run Nursery
Quercus rubra or the Northern Red Oak is a large native tree, reaching to an average 60-75' tall but can reach up to 100' tall. In the summer, its foliage is a dark green, and turns into the classic yellow, orange, and red in the fall. The Northern Red Oak provides food for wildlife and is salt tolerant, allowing it to be grown in an urban setting.
Plant in average soils in full sun or partial shade. The oak tree can be transplanted in the fall when grown in a container.
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