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Quercus rubra

Product Description

Red Oak
Quercus rubra

Height: 16-22 m

Width: 15-20 m

Zone: 4

Exposure: Sun

Native to Ontario

Large Oak with a rounded, broad-spreading, somewhat irregular form.  Dark green leaves in the Summer, turning red to brown in the Fall.  Inconspicuous flowers (catkins) are followed by acorns.

A slow-growing, large shade tree at maturity, it needs space in which to grow. Acorns are a favourite food of wildlife.   

(Native) Oaks, according to Tallamy, support 534 species of lepidoptera (butterfly and moth) caterpillars– more than any other native tree or plant.  

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