Quercus ellipsoidalis

Northern Pin Oak

Northern Pin Oak leaves has pyramidal habit in youth, more oval with maturity. Dark green leaves are pale green beneath changing to a russet red in fall.

Slow-growing but long lived
Does not have chlorosis problems of Q. palustris
Food and cover for wildlife

Item

Description

On Hand

Future

1742 S3-3 RPM 0 0
1743 S3-3CG RPM 0 500

More about Quercus ellipsoidalis :

Northern Pin Oak is more tolerant of higher ph soils. Has less chlorosis problems than standard Pin Oak species.

Northern Pin Oak Growing and Maintenance Tips:

Produced using Forrest Keeling's patented RPM Root Production Method ® technology for exceptional growth and survivability. Northern Pin Oak is very easy to grow, adapts to most conditions. Feed once a year with a slow release fertilizer.

Height:

50-60 Feet

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Spread:

50-60 Feet

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Hardiness Zone:

4-6

Characteristics & Attributes
Exposure
Full Sun
Soil Moisture Preference
Moist, Well-Drained
Attracts Wildlife
Upland Birds and Game
Habit
Deciduous
Attributes
Wetlands and Streambank Stabilization