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We are a one-stop shop for all things Quercus. You can find many species of oak that are rarely found in the trade. The proverb 'Mighty oaks from little acorns grow' is a worthy description for the great and magnificent oak tree.  The value of the oak tree is so great it is hard to define!  When one thinks of these beautiful trees, he may be reminded of the tree he climbed as a child, the fire red autumn color of scarlet, shumard, and northern red oak, the tree's wonderful shade in summer, acorns that attract wildlife, or even the chair made of oak that he sits in to relax.  As you can see, oak trees mean a lot more than just a nice random plant in our yards…trees enhance our lives. We also provide a willow oak, alba white oak, and a sand live oak. We offer a wide variety of oaks that will thrive in many different and unique environments. 

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  • Quercus alba White Oak
    Quercus alba White Oak
    Quercus alba (White Oak) 90-100 ft. tall; 80-90 ft. spread; slow growing oak that yields beautiful deep purple fall color; wood makes beautiful furniture and acorns are enjoyed by wildlife; state tree of Illinois, Maryland...
    $8.00
  • Quercus bicolor Swamp White Oak 1gallon
    Quercus bicolor Swamp White Oak 1gallon
    Quercus bicolor (Swamp White Oak) important tree for lumber production; acorns are preferred food for ducks, deer and other wildlife.Tree can thrive in wet or semi-dry areas. Produces acorns in apprx. 10 years.Zone:...
    $8.00
  • Quercus coccinea Scarlet Oak  3gallon
    Quercus coccinea Scarlet Oak 3gallon
    Quercus coccinea (Scarlet Oak) 70-75ft; stunning red fall color; beautiful landscape tree; tolerates dry sites.  Zone 5-9 Size avail:  3...
    $30.00
  • Quercus durandii Durand Oak 1gallon SOLD OUT
    Quercus durandii Durand Oak 1gallon SOLD OUT
    Quercus durandii (Durand Oak) apprx 80ft; uncommon white oak that thrives on sites rich in lime. The tree was names by Elias Magloire Durand, a pharmacist and botanist  from Philadelphia (1794-1873). During...
    $12.00
  • Quercus falcata Southern Red Oak 3gallon
    Quercus falcata (Southern Red Oak) 70-80 ft; thrives on poor dry soil; common in the South; reddish-brown fall color. (Zone 6-9) SIZE:...
    $30.00
  • Quercus geminata Sand Live Oak
    Quercus geminata Sand Live Oak
    Quercus geminata (Sand Live Oak) evergreen; similar to Quercus virginiana but smaller and occurs on drier sites near the coast, very salt tolerant. SIZE: 1gallonZone 7-10 3gallon also...
    $9.00
  • 3gallon available as pictured
    Quercus geminata Sand Live Oak 3gallon
    Quercus geminata (Sand Live Oak) evergreen; similar to Quercus virginiana but smaller and occurs on drier sites near the coast, very salt tolerant.  SIZE: 3gallonZone...
    $40.00
  • Quercus ilicifolia Bear Oak 1gallon
    Quercus ilicifolia Bear Oak 1gallon
    Quercus ilicifolia (Bear Oak/Scrub Oak) up to 20ft; shrubby oak found on dry-semi moist sites, and will recolonize well after fire.  Referred to as Bear Oak, because bears seem to prefer the bitter acorns. Also...
    $16.00
  • Quercus ilicifolia Bear Oak 3gallon
    Quercus ilicifolia Bear Oak 3gallon
    Quercus ilicifolia (Bear Oak/Scrub Oak) up to 20ft; shrubby oak found on dry-semi moist sites, and will recolonize well after fire.  Referred to as Bear Oak, because bears seem to prefer the bitter acorns. Also...
    $30.00
  • Quercus imbricaria Shingle Oak 3gallon
    Quercus imbricaria Shingle Oak 3gallon
    Quercus imbricaria (Shingle Oak) 40-60ft; deciduous, medium sized shade tree; early settlers used the wood for shingles..hence the name. Adapts to various soil conditions:  upland dry woods, prairie margins,...
    $30.00
  • Quercus lyrata Overcup Oak SOLD OUT
    Quercus lyrata (Overcup Oak) 30-45 ft. tall and wide; gaining popularity; uncommon landscape tree with very interesting upswept branches; acorn cap encloses nut. Zone 5-8. SIZE: 1gallon...
    $8.00
  • Quercus macrocarpa Bur Oak
    Quercus macrocarpa Bur Oak
    Quercus macrocarpa (Burr Oak) 70-80 ft; large leaves, huge acorns (3/4 to 1 1/2" long); acorns are wonderful materials for arrangements and woodland crafts; excellent wildlife plant. (Zone 3-9)  SIZE:...
    $8.00
  • Quercus muehlenbergii Chinquapin Oak SOLD OUT
    Quercus muhlenbergii (Chinquapin Oak) 40-50 ft; leaves are similar to the Chinquapin (Castanea pumila) and turn a burned yellow color in the fall; nice specimen tree. Zone 5-8. SIZE:...
    $8.00
  • 3gallon Myrtle Oak
    Quercus myrtifolia Myrtle Oak 3gallon
    Quercus myrtifolia (Myrtle Oak) 10-20 ft; small oak; occurs on deep sands and coastal areas; produces an abundance of acorns at an early age, very salt tolerant. SIZE: 3gallon availableZone...
    $40.00
  • Quercus nigra Water Oak
    Quercus nigra (Water Oak)50-80 ft; thrives on most sites; common tree along streets, parks and yards. Zone 7-9. SIZE: 1gallon
    $8.00
  • Quercus nuttallii (texana) Nuttall Oak 1gallon
    Quercus nuttallii (texana) Nuttall Oak 1gallon
    Quercus nuttallii (Nuttall Oak) 60-80 ft; similar to Q. shumardii; rapid growing Red Oak with excellent fall color; large striped acorns preferred by ducks. (Zone 5-9) SIZE:...
    $8.00

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