Quercus rubra, commonly called northern red oak, or champion oak, (syn.
Quercus borealis), is ... A few other oaks have bark with this kind of appearance
in the upper tree, but the northern red oak ...
The tree Guide at arborday.org offers information on size, height, growth rate, sun
and soil preference, and more on Northern Red Oak and many other ...
Introduction. A versatile, fast growing and long-lived tree, the northern red oak is
known for its brilliant red fall colors and its acorns that feed local wildlife.
Red Oak is a major timber tree of the eastern and Midwestern United States. The
tough, heavy wood of Red Oak has a reddish-orange coloration and is an ...
Northern red oak is native to the Midwest and is one of the faster growing oaks ...
Its tolerance of salt and air pollution makes it a good tree for more exposed areas.
Moderate to fast growing, this tree is one of the more important lumber species of
red oak and is an easily transplanted, popular shade tree with good form and ...
Jun 19, 2002 ... Wildlife: Northern red oak provides good cover and nesting sites ... as a
landscape tree in eastern North America and. Europe -- used as a ...
The red oak reaches a height of 18-27 m and has diameter of 0.3-0.8 m. Its
leaves are ... Flowers bloom in May with both sexes on the same tree. The
One of the most dominant of the northern oak species, the red oak, lives
throughout eastern North America. It is the state tree of New Jersey and the
grown trees form a rounded crown which makes a nice shade, park or street tree.
Many communities use Red. Oak as a street tree where overhead space is not.