Pin Oak Tree
Pin Oak Tree
Pin Oak Tree Acorns
Pin Oak Tree Autumn
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Oak Tree 'Pin Oak'

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TriStar Plants
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$29.95 USD
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The Quercus Palustris - Pin Oak Tree is an easy to care for fast growing, pyramidal shape shade tree. This oak's name comes from the many short, pin-like branchlets on the main branches that, unlike other oaks, arch out and can sometimes droop. Has glossy, dark green leaves with 5-7 lobes that are separated by very deep sinuses, in autumn they turn a scarlet and bronze shade and some can persist through the winter. Produces insignificant brown flowers that fruit into small acorns and attract all types of wildlife. 

  • First observed and introduced before the 1770's.
  • The national champion pin oak is 110' tall and resides in Tennessee.

Attributes:

  • This¬†Pin Oak Tree¬†comes in a¬†1 Gallon pot
  • Size:¬†Mature size can reach¬†60‚Äô- 70‚Äô x 25‚Äô- 40‚Äô
  • Light:¬†Full sun
  • Hardiness zone:¬†4-8¬†View map
  • Characteristics:¬†Easy to care for and maintain. Grows¬†in a pyramidal shape with¬†glossy, dark green leaves with 5-7 lobes that are separated by very deep sinuses. Produces acorns and attracts songbirds, wild turkeys, white-tailed deer, squirrels and ducks. Leaves turn shades of scarlet and bronze during autumn.
  • Growth Rate:¬†Fast
  • Native to North America
  • Soil, Water, Fertilize:¬†Moist, rich, acidic, well-draining soil¬†with the pH 5.0 - 6.5, is not tolerant to pH levels higher than 7.5. Tolerant to flooding, sulfur dioxide, and urban conditions to some extent. Prune in late winter during dormancy to promote growth and shape the tree.
  • Susceptibility:¬†iron chlorosis in high pH soils,¬†scale, two-lined chestnut borer, bacterial leaf scorch and gypsy moth.

*Plants cannot be shipped to Alaska or Hawaii.

*Plants ship dormant in winter months.

*Pictures shown are of mature plants and not what you will receive.