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Oak Trees

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Street Spire Oak

Dark green leaves of this narrowly column tree are mildew resistant. Turning red in autumn, they fall to reveal stiffly upright branches. Similar to Crimson Spire™, but does not hold brown foliage through the winter. Wide crotch angles and short up-sweeping branches create a storm resistant structure.

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Pyramidal English Oak & Crimson Spire Oak Featured Image

Pyramidal English Oak & Crimson Spire Oak

Columnar Oak, dark green leaves, upright branching. Excellent for narrow spaces, as a specimen tree, or for lining a driveway.

Crimson Spire oak-Rich, dark green leaves stay fresh and bright through the heat of summer, turning rusty red to bright red in mid to late autumn.

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English Oak Featured Image

English Oak

Broad, rounded crown. Majestic tree, transplants easily.

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Burr Oak Featured Image

Burr Oak

This native Oak adapts very well to a wide variety of growing conditions. An excellent tree for city parks. Its shape is broadly oval and open, with corky bark on its twigs.

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White Swamp Oak Featured Image

White Swamp Oak

One of the fastest growing oaks. A native tree to souther Ontario with lustrous, heavy textured green leaves. Adapts well to poorly drained soils - perfect for very wet areas. Produces acorns in September.

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Northern Red Oak

Broad-headed native tree with dark green lobed leaves, turning a beautiful bright red in the fall.

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