Quercus palustris

Pin Oak

  • Strongly pyramidal shape with descending branches
  • Slow-growing but long lived
  • Food and cover for wildlife
  • Height: 60-70 Feet
  • Spread: 25-40 Feet
  • Hardiness Zone: 4-8
Size Avail Future Price Qty
03in 1000 0 Sign In for Ordering
06in 2400 0 Sign In for Ordering
12in 9200 0 Sign In for Ordering
18in 6675 0 Sign In for Ordering
S3-15 RPM 53 0 Sign In for Ordering
S3-3 RPM 18 991 Sign In for Ordering
S3-3CG RPM 19 3346 Sign In for Ordering
S3-7 RPM 86 0 Sign In for Ordering

Interesting Notes:

The Northern Pin Oak is less susceptible to chlorosis than is Q. palustris.

Like many oaks, Pin Oak holds its dried, brown leaves well into winter.

Characteristics & Attributes

Exposure
Full Sun
Soil Moisture Preference
Average
Moist, Well-Drained
Wet Soil
Attracts Wildlife
Upland Birds and Game
Attributes
Wetlands and Streambank Stabilization
Erosion Control
Mass Planting
Midwest Native
Specimen
Habit
Deciduous
Program
Grow Native!
MSD (Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District)
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