White Oak (Quercus alba)
Potted saplings. 125 - 150 cm height. 2 gallon. Price per tree.
The white oak is a large tree that can grow to be more than 35 metres tall and can live for several hundred years. Acorns from the white oak are 1.2 to 2.5 centimetres long. It takes one year for acorns to be fully grown, and they drop off in the fall once they are ripe.
The leaves are bright green on top and are a paler green underneath and turn red-purple in the fall before falling off. The white oak's bark is whitish to pale gray, usually with long scales. SOURCE: Government of Ontario
- Moisture: Can tolerate a variety of moisture levels
- Shade: Prefers full sun
- Soil: Can tolerate a variety of soils
- Requires regular watering at least for the first full season after planting