Quercus ellipsoidalis

Northern Pin Oak, Jack Oak

Wide-spreading, large-trunked Oaks are known for their long life, strength and majestic beauty. They have many forms, but are mostly deciduous trees and some shrubs. Some like wet soil, while others prefer dry. All have deeply cut leaves and acorns. The foliage on some types turns red, orange and yellow in fall. On others it turns only brown. The evergreens have hollylike leaves. Use as shade or street trees. Prone to caterpillars, oak root fungus and wilt. Never plant an Oak where another Oak died from disease. Prune to speed growth. For greater height, pinch tips of small branches, and leave as much foliage as possible.
Quercus ellipsoidalis, Northern Pin Oak, Jack Oak
This Oak is named for its small, elliptical brown to black acorns. The gray-brown bark is somewhat fissured.

Attributes - Quercus ellipsoidalis

Plant Type: Tree

Foliage: Deciduous

Height: 40 ft. to 80 ft.

Width: 90 ft.

Sunlight: Full Sun

Climate: Zones 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Notes: Low Maintenance.

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