This native American oak has long 5 or 7 lobed leaves with a prominent central vein that spreads to the more subtle lobe veins. When the leaves turn a deep crimson in Autumn, they look stunning up close and are worthy of closer examination. They thrive in sandier conditions and are drought tolerant, making for a great alternative to standard pin oaks in many areas. Deciduous and hardy, expect this Pin Oak to climb to heights of 10m +
Suitable for: avenue and street planting, specimen or feature tree.
Features: Neat pyramidal form and amazing autumn colour.
Botanical Name: QUERCUS ellipsoidalis