Pin Oak Tree
ShipFall (End Of October) Spring 2024
Pin Oak Tree
Over 25 Feet
Sun Or Shade
LA. MO. SD. NE. PA. OR. MS. IN. TN. NY
Pin Oak Tree (Quercus palustris)
Pin Oak Tree: Quercus palustris, or the pin oak tree, is a tall deciduous shade tree beloved across most of the United States. It enjoys widespread popularity for its stately size, ample shade, and robust health.
The pin oak tree is a North American native species that originated in Canada, New England, and the northern plains. Although it is a cool-weather species, it is also heat tolerant and will thrive in the moderate heat of the upper southern states and southern plains.
Other common names for the pin oak tree are swamp oak and Spanish swamp oak.
Pin Oak Tree Will Flourish with Little Help From You
In the northern woods of the United States, the pin oak tree enjoys fertile, moist, woodsy soil, warm summer temperatures, and full or partial sunshine. It loves a lot of water, but it is also drought tolerant. Replicate these conditions when your pin oak tree is young, and it will develop into a hardy tree that will need little help from you later.
When you plant your pin oak tree, find a sunny spot in the yard and give it plenty of space to spread as it grows. Work some mulch or compost into the earth around it to recreate the conditions that make this species flourish in nature--this material gives the pin oak tree essential nutrition for growth. Ensure your pin oak seedling receives about an inch of water each week until it establishes strong roots.
The Pin Oak Tree Provides Ample Shade for Your Yard
Pin oak trees grow to an average height of seventy feet and up to three feet of trunk diameter. As it matures, the crown forms a slightly rounded triangle shape but will round out more at the top in maturity. The bark is gray or light brown, sometimes with a lovely red tinge.
Pin oak leaves are five inches long, elliptic-shaped, medium green, glossy, and have five lobes. They generally turn rust or burgundy in the fall.
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All was great. The tress were in great shape when they arrived. I’ll be looking for some more trees soon and I
If you guys have what I want I’ll get them here ! Thanks
Pin oak versus the other six bare root trees ordered, it had the best root system, and appeared the healthiest dormant that was ordered. The apricot also had a nice root system the remaining one dogwood two Paw Paw and two persimmon only displayed a short single y root. All seven are still dormant, and excited for all to start showing life, will keep y'all advised. Thank you, SK Erie,PA
All the trees looked healthy and were pliable. Will be putting in ground soon.
They arrived in amazing condition I planted them and they already have leaves coming out on them!!