Scarlet Oak Tree

Scarlet Oak Tree 

 

This tree has a shape that makes it very versatile for most any landscape. It will maintain its rounded shape with very little maintenance or care. In spring and summer, it will provide cooling shade as well as attract wildlife. Birds, squirrels, and other wildlife love the acorn that it produces in the late summer to fall months. The foliage on this tree is dark green on one side and a lighter green on the other. In the fall, the leaves will turn a spectacular dark red.

Scarlet Oak can easily be mistaken for the black oak or the pin oak. The Scarlet Oak is commonly found in zones 4-9. Scarlet Oak is mainly indigenous to the East Coast of the United States. They can also be found in certain areas of the south such as Alabama. It usually grows from dry, acidic soils and can reach heights of 80 feet tall. This type of oak is hairless but does produce glossy green leaves. The Scarlet Oak also produces acorns that are about 33 millimeters broad. Immature acorns are a dull green color that changes into a brownish color when fully matured. This type of tree grows best when exposed to direct sunlight.

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Scarlet Oak Tree 

 

This tree has a shape that makes it very versatile for most any landscape. It will maintain its rounded shape with very little maintenance or care. In spring and summer, it will provide cooling shade as well as attract wildlife. Birds, squirrels, and other wildlife love the acorn that it produces in the late summer to fall months. The foliage on this tree is dark green on one side and a lighter green on the other. In the fall, the leaves will turn a spectacular dark red.

Scarlet Oak can easily be mistaken for the black oak or the pin oak. The Scarlet Oak is commonly found in zones 4-9. Scarlet Oak is mainly indigenous to the East Coast of the United States. They can also be found in certain areas of the south such as Alabama. It usually grows from dry, acidic soils and can reach heights of 80 feet tall. This type of oak is hairless but does produce glossy green leaves. The Scarlet Oak also produces acorns that are about 33 millimeters broad. Immature acorns are a dull green color that changes into a brownish color when fully matured. This type of tree grows best when exposed to direct sunlight.

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Min Purchase Qty: 25 units
Description: Latin Name-Quercus Coccinea USDA Climate Zone: 3 - 10 Mature Height: 60 - 80 ft Width: 15 – 25 ft Sun: Prefers Full Sun