Northern Pin Oak
Genus: Quercus Spread: 40'
Species: ellipsoidalis Shape: Broadly pyramidal to oval
Cultivar: Foliage: Green
Zone: 4 Flower:
Type: ??? Fruit:
Final Height: 55' Fall Color: Red

Closely related to Pin Oak, this tree shares many positive attributes and is also more tolerant of dry and alkaline soils. Also known as Hill's Oak, its native range is the northern midwest, but it can be used more widely.

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