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  1. Quercus ellipsoidalis (Hills Oak / Northern Pin Oak)
    Quercus ellipsoidalis (Hills Oak / Northern Pin Oak) is a large stately tree. If given room, it performs well in yards and parkways, grows at a fast rate for an oak, and can live for up to 250 - 500 years, what??!! This tree produces an impressive fall show with its intense brick red...
    $ 49.99
  2. Quercus coccinea (Scarlet Oak)
    This tree produces an impressive fall show with its intense red leaves, thus the name Quercus coccinea (Scarlet Oak). This tree performs well in yards, grows at a fast rate, and can live for up to 200 years!! It has a traditional oval or pyramidal shape so it can perform as a specimen...
    $ 36.00
  3. Quercus velutina (Black Oak)
    Quercus velutina (Black Oak) is a common oak of the Chicago area and is typically found in woodlands, sandy woodlands, and dunes along Lake Michigan. Similar to appearance to red oak, but its common name comes from its bark color. Black Oak can be used as a featured specimen shade tree. Sun...
    $ 36.00
  4. Quercus palustris (Pin Oak)
    Quercus palustris (Pin Oak) is a member of the red oak group and thrives in medium to wet soils. This oak's fall red to reddish-orange color is magnificent when planted in the correct conditions. Pink oak works well as a shade tree or a specimen tree. Caution chlorosis (yellowing of leaves) is common...
    $ 36.00
  5. Quercus rubra (Red Oak)
    Quercus rubra (Red Oak) is one of the most shade-tolerant oaks, and an excellent tree with great potential for red fall color. It is on the decline in the Chicago area so this could be an excellent choice to help out regional ecology and excellent for backyard habitat featured centerpiece....
    $ 36.00
  6. Quercus imbricaria (Shingle Oak)
    An excellent native tree. Leaves are shiny and lance-shaped, lacking the deeply cut lobes of most oaks. Yellow-brown to russet-red fall foliage persists through winter, which can help block unsightly objects. Sun Exposure Prairie/Savanna Soil Conditions Mesic, Dry-Mesic Height 50'-80' Frequently Asked Questions Why Purchase From Natural Communities Native Plants?...
    $ 49.99
  7. Quercus bicolor (Swamp White Oak)
    An excellent native tree common across most of the eastern US, possibly the best "street tree" of the Oaks as it has a good growth rate. It supports a vast array of wildlife from many insects with its leaves and many mammals with acorns. This tree has variable fall color ranges from...
    From $ 28.80
  8. Quercus alba (White Oak)
    An excellent native tree common across most of the eastern US. It supports a vast array of wildlife from many insects with its leaves and many mammals with acorns. This tree has variable fall color ranges from uninteresting browns to quality shades of dark red. This tree can produce acorns after...
    $ 36.00
  9. Quercus macrocarpa (Bur Oak)
    An excellent native tree, my favorite Oak with its wide-spreading branches, the classic open-grown oak. This large tree grows upwards of 100 feet. Easily identified by its irregular deep sinus leaves. Sun Exposure Prairie/Savanna Soil Conditions Wet Mesic, Mesic, Dry-Mesic Height 80'-100' Frequently Asked Questions Why Purchase From Natural Communities...
    $ 36.00
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