Doug Goldman, USDA NRCS Cape May PMC (NJPMC), United States, North Carolina, Guilford Co., Greensboro. Provided By USDA NRCS National Plants Data Team (NPDT)
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Doug Goldman, USDA NRCS Cape May PMC (NJPMC), United States, North Carolina, Guilford Co., Greensboro. Provided By USDA NRCS National Plants Data Team (NPDT)

Pin Oak

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Quercus palustris

Due to the Pin Oak's form, adaptability, growth rate, longevity, and fall foliar display, it is popular for ornamental usage. Pin oak is commonly planted for wildlife food plots.

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Current Sale Size: 2-3 ft. bare root transplant.

Growth Rate: Rapid (10-15”/yr.)

Soils: Sand, Loam

Moisture: Moist to Wet

Shade Tolerance: Full Sun

Mature Height: 60-70 feet

Mature Spread: 25-40 feet

Hardiness Zone: 4-8

Origin: Native

Deer Damage Potential: Medium

Uses: Wildlife, Fall Color, Lumber, Shade, Ornamental

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