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Tree & Shrub Club: Deciduous Trees: Quercus

Quercus Ancient Oak

Quercus sp.: Oak

Here are some other cultivars  of the magnificent Quercus sp. (Oaks) to consider:

Quercus robur foliage
Quercus palustris foliage
Quercus foliage and acorns

Cultivar

Description

Size

Price

Order

palustris ’Pringreen’

Green Pillar Pin Oak. Narrow branching with dense foliage.  Shiny green leaves turn red in fall.

30mm CT

166.75

 

50mm CT/WB

224.75

 

70mm WB

282.75

 

robur ‘Crimschmidt’

Crimson Spire English Oak. Upright growth habit. Leaves turn reddish- purple in the fall.

200cm CT

108.75

 

50mm WB

224.75

 

robur ‘Fastigiata’

Pyramidal English Oak. A very hardy pyramidal tree. Some foliage remains during the winter. Relatively fast-growing.

175cm CT

79.75

 

45mm CT/WB

159.50

 

70mm WB

275.50

 

robur ‘Skinny Genes’

Skinny Genes Pyramidal Oak. Skinny Genes® Oak is a showstopper in the fields and in the landscape. Dark green, mildew resistant foliage, speedy growth rate and slender form are among its many virtues. Leaves turn tawny yellow in autumn before defoliating for winter.

30mm CT

181.25

 

45mm CT

290.00

 

robur ‘Skyrocket’

Skyrocket English Oak. An even more fastigate form of the pyramidal oak.  Will hold some foliage over winter.

30mm CT

123.25

 

45mm CT

159.50

 

60mm CT

224.75

 

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