• Red Oak Tree  acts as great fuelwood because of its high heat value.
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Bloom Season
Bloom Color
Height At Maturity
Over 20 Feet
Categories
Seedlings
Zone
Zone
Zone
Zone
Ships
November Through April
Exposure
Sun And Shade
Sun And Shade
Usage
grow-zone
Planting Zones 5-8
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We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.

How We Protect Your Plants For Transit

We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.

Upon Receipt Of Your Plants

Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.

Shipping Dates
Ships November through April

Description

The Red Oak Tree is a favorite among gardeners. It can survive in various soil types, and the flowers are beautiful yellowish-green oblong flowers with plenty of fall colors.
We offer the finest trees for sale. Our trees are grown locally, and the flowers bloom from April to November.
Do you need a yard, garden, or home but don't know what to plant? The red oak tree is perfect for you.
This tree is one of the most popular trees in the eastern US. The leaves are a beautiful red color, and its fruits are acorns with a medium brown color. This tree is perfect for any yard or landscape.
It is a large tree having short lobed branches on which leaves of red color grow. These leaves look mesmerizing in the fall and add to the surrounding scenery.
The red oak tree is native to the eastern United States and Canada. Its bark is distinctive, with shiny stripes running through it. This tree grows to heights of 50-65 feet and lives for 350 years.
Create the perfect style-conscious outdoor oasis in your backyard with this tree. This lush beauty is a prime specimen to bring birds, deer, and other wildlife to your yard with vivid fall colors. Plus, it is truly one of the prettiest trees you can grow! Its sturdy trunk and root system will provide a sturdy foundation for your gardening efforts.
It is a challenging and resilient tree species, with branches extending low to the ground.
It is resistant to soil-borne fungus and disease. Its ability to tolerate urban pollution has made it a popular tree for people looking for a more sustainable, resilient landscape.
With a height of 8 meters, this tree is perfect for the garden. The leaves in the autumn turn slightly pink and are ideal for giving your garden an autumn look.

 

 Red Oak Tree 

Have you ever seen a red oak tree(Quercus rubra) in person before? Some say they are the most beautiful trees, and some are even said to be the source of life. The branches of a red oak tree can reach up to 230 feet up into the air, and they can live around 400 years. Red oaks give off red bark in their lower portions, most prevalent during winter.

Attributes of a Red Oak

 

 When it comes to the red oak tree, it is said that the leaves of this type of tree are huge in comparison to the other trees. The leaves resemble the shapes of an oak leaf, but they are much longer than an oak leaf. The leaves are usually twice as broad as they are tall and have more like veins indicating them being a different species of tree.

Mature Size

 

 Since the red oak tree is evergreen, the tree will stay green year after year. The mature height of a mature red oak tree is around 110-140 feet tall. The leaves of the red oak are very durable and can withstand powerful winds that can cause actual damage to other trees.

Growth Rate

 

 The growth rate of the red oak is slow but consistent. Red oaks can grow as big as 6 feet per year and up to 10 feet per year. The root systems of these trees are also quite large and very healthy. A mature red oak will produce around 3000 acorns a year, and out of those acorns, over 20% will grow into new red oak trees.

Sun Preference

 

 The red oak tree is very hardy, so the sun will not harm them much. The red oak has a solid shade tolerance which means that it can grow in areas with little sunlight. Due to this, the red oak will survive in environments with very few other trees.

Soil Preference

 

 The red oak tree can grow in a wide variety of environments, but it is not recommended to grow the red oak tree in very moist and wet areas, as this will cause the roots of this type of plant to rot. The roots of the red oak tree are very healthy, so if there is little water available for them, they will not be hurt.

Wildlife Value

 

 The red oak tree is very sturdy, but it also has strong roots. The roots of a red oak tree can hold and help support over 50 times its weight. It means that the root systems of the red oak tree are pretty healthy and challenging. The roots of a red oak tree are essential for providing nutrients to the other plant parts.

 Consider the red oak tree as an ancient tree. Some say that it is the most beautiful kind of tree ever, and there are many records of these types of trees being used for shelter and for building things out of wood. You might agree that red oaks have great value and beauty if you have seen one in person. Consider how well a tiny seed can grow into a solid and beautiful tower of thick branches that can reach up over 300 feet high in the air.

 

                                   

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