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Quercus palustris

Pin Oak / Naaldeik
  • Quercus palustris 250-litre

    Quercus palustris 250-litre

  • Quercus palustris 500-litre

    Quercus palustris 500-litre

  • Quercus palustris 1000-litre

    Quercus palustris 1000-litre

  • Quercus palustris 2000-litre

    Quercus palustris 2000-litre

  • Quercus palustris 2000-litre - Autumn

    Quercus palustris 2000-litre - Autumn

  • Quercus palustris 3000-litre

    Quercus palustris 3000-litre

  • Quercus palustris 3000-litre Autumn / Winter

    Quercus palustris 3000-litre Autumn / Winter

  • Quercus palustris Autumn foliage

    Quercus palustris Autumn foliage

  • Quercus palustris Autumn foliage

    Quercus palustris Autumn foliage

  • Quercus palustris Autumn foliage

    Quercus palustris Autumn foliage

  • Quercus palustris Autumn in the nursery

    Quercus palustris Autumn in the nursery

  • Quercus palustris Autumn - Avenue

    Quercus palustris Autumn - Avenue

  • Quercus palustris - Courtyard feature

    Quercus palustris - Courtyard feature

  • Mature Quercus palustris in Autumn - Stellenbosch

    Mature Quercus palustris in Autumn - Stellenbosch

  • Mature Quercus palustris in Autumn - Stellenbosch

    Mature Quercus palustris in Autumn - Stellenbosch

  • Mature Quercus palustris in Autumn - Stellenbosch

    Mature Quercus palustris in Autumn - Stellenbosch

    Type

    Deciduous

    Very Drought Resistant

    Dense Shade Tree

    Growing Speed

    Average

    Coastal Tolerance

    Average

    Ornamental / Feature Tree

    Fruiting Season

    Autumn

    Origin

    Exotic

    Wind Tolerance

    Average

    Tree House / Kid Friendly

    Non-Edible Fruit

    Flowering Season

    Spring

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    The Pin Oak tree starts off in a pyramidal shape, but as it matures, it loses the shape completely for a more rounded shape. It is considered an excellent shade tree for the summer months. Lush green leaves will form a dense shade canopy in the summer months and will turn bronze and sometimes red in Autumn. Some of the bronze/brown leaves will remain for the season until the new shoots appear in Spring. The tree is often planted in public parks and gardens for its ornamental value as well as hardy nature to withstand drought conditions. The tree has a majestic shape and is best suited for larger gardens where it can grow to its full potential.

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