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  • BUR OAK Quick View
    • BUR OAK Quick View
    • BUR OAK
    • An iconic tree of the American prairie, our native Bur Oak is a highly adaptable tree that can tolerate drought, wet soils, and clay soils once established. It develops a large, spreading crown that is ideal for large yards and parks. Deep green, leathery leaves turn yellow in the fall. Bark becomes deeply furrowed with age. Its deep, extensive root…
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  • CHINKAPIN OAK Quick View
    • CHINKAPIN OAK Quick View
    • CHINKAPIN OAK
    • This native oak has higher tolerance of alkaline soils and urban air pollution than other oak species, and makes a great street tree. Glossy green leaves have toothed margins, and turn yellow to bronze in the fall. Mature Chinkapin Oaks are quite impressive with their wide, strong branches. All native oaks are important larval food sources for many butterfly species,…
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  • CRIMSON SPIRE OAK Quick View
    • CRIMSON SPIRE OAK Quick View
    • CRIMSON SPIRE OAK
    • Crimson Spire is a cross between English and White oak. From its English heritage, it gets its columnar form and adaptability to most soil conditions. Dark green, mildew resistant foliage and red fall color are characteristic of the White oak. Because of its narrow form, quicker growth rate and dense foliage, this tree can be used as a living screen.…
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  • HERITAGE OAK Quick View
    • HERITAGE OAK Quick View
    • HERITAGE OAK
    • An outstanding, vigorous cross between English Oak (Q. robur) and Bur Oak (Q. macrocarpa), the Heritage Oak is a great shade tree for the parkway or lawn. Its dense, uniformly pyramidal crown becomes more stately as the tree matures. Glossy, green leaves have silver undersides and are tatter resistant. An exceptional specimen.
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  • RED OAK Quick View
    • RED OAK Quick View
    • RED OAK
    • This native oak is a handsome shade tree that develops a broad, rounded growth habit when mature. It has a faster growth rate than other native oaks. Deep green, leathery leaves emerge pink in the spring, and turn red in the fall. It can tolerate drought, clay soils, and air pollution once established. Native oaks are an important larval food…
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  • REGAL PRINCE OAK Quick View
    • REGAL PRINCE OAK Quick View
    • REGAL PRINCE OAK
    • An adaptable oak, Regal Prince performs well in unfavorable conditions and is highly resistant to borers and powdery mildew. This columnar oak is fuller and has stronger branching than other columnar varieties. Glossy green leaves turn golden-bronze in the fall. Its narrow, columnar habit makes it ideal for screening where space is limited.
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  • SHINGLE OAK Quick View
    • SHINGLE OAK Quick View
    • SHINGLE OAK
    • Unlike other oaks, Shingle Oak has ovate leaves without any lobes. Leathery leaves emerge red and mature to deep green. Leaves turn golden-bronze to red in the fall, and persist into late winter. Shingle oak has a pyramidal growth habit when young, and broadens out as it matures. A beautiful shade tree for large yards and public areas, it can…
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  • SWAMP WHITE OAK Quick View
    • SWAMP WHITE OAK Quick View
    • SWAMP WHITE OAK
    • An attractive native oak tree, Swamp White Oak has a faster growth rate than other oak species. Native to river floodplains in Illinois, it can tolerate drought, clay soils, wet soils, and flooding. Performs best in slightly acidic soils. Deep green, leathery leaves have silvery undersides, and turn golden-bronze in the fall. Leaves on younger trees persist all winter. Bark…
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