Scarlet Oak tree - Quercus Coccinea
Scarlet Oak tree is great because it will adjust and adapt very well to all different types of soil conditions and types. This tree will love to thrive in areas that will supply full sunlight for it to enjoy while developing. It grows best when planted in areas that are in climate zones 3 through 10. It is a great tree to consider when planning a landscaping project. The Oak will look amazing when fully grown and will work great to provide an attractive and beautiful shaded area for a family. This tree will also provide lots of beautiful color during the summer and fall. It will also bloom and be beautiful during the spring months of the year. This tree is great because it will even survive the drought conditions that will sometimes develop during the hot summer months. It will have amazing colors during the fall, and the leaves will turn to scarlet red color and will be gorgeous. As this tree grows, it can become an easy grower and needs no attention. This tree is perfect to add to any landscaping project. They are perfect for lawns where the homeowner doesn't have much experience. They will look great and will add a unique touch and feel to a lawn all through the year and will be beautiful. The Quercus coccinea, or the Scarlet Oak as its known by, is an ornamental and shade tree that will add both beauty and dimension to your landscaping. The Scarlet Oak tree is a fast-growing tree that has leaves of a dark green on top and they become a lighter shade of green the farther down they go. In the fall, the leaves on the Scarlet Oak turn scarlet in color, hence the origin of its name. This is the time of year that it is especially beautiful. It does well in zones 4-9 so it can be grown almost anywhere in the continental U.S. It has a medium growth rate and at full maturity will be between 60 and 80 feet in height, and have a spread of 40 to 50 feet. It grows in all types of soil except alkaline. This tree produces acorns, which are a source of food for many animals, including squirrels, mice, chipmunks, etc.
USDA Climate Zone: 3 - 10
Tree Height: 60 to 80 feet
Blooming Season: Spring.
Soil Type: Adaptable to various soils.
Sun: Prefers: Full Sun
Ships As - Bareroot Plant