Oaks Collection at 50% discount -

Oaks Collection at 50% discount

Oaks are noble broad-leaved trees that have a very long life. They are prestigious and very strong.

HeightAvailabilityPriceQuantitySubtotal
1-3 Feetsold-out$100.00$0.00
Total$0.00

Oaks are sturdy and add standing to any residency yard. Regarding the value of its wood, oaks are on the top of the list. The oak collection we offer is a package of the 10 trees listed below. The package is sold 100$, what gives a ratio of 10$ per tree instead of 20$ per tree. You therefore get a 50% discount on regular price. Note that some of the oaks below are not offered outside of this package, this is because we have very limited stocks and want to give priority to those interested in the complete collection. If one or more of the varieties is not hardy to your area, we can exchange those trees for others

  • 2 Bur Oak (Quercus macrocarpa) 1-2 feet tall
  • 2 White Oak (Quercus alba) 6-12 inches tall
  • 2 Pedunculate Oak (Quercus robur) 1-2 feet tall
  • 2 Red Oak (Quercus rubra) 1-3 feet tall
  • 2 Swamp White Oak (Quercus bicolor) 6-12 inches

Below are the descriptions of the different oaks:

Bur oak: Bur oak is cold hardy to zone 4 and can reach 20 meters high (65 feet). Bur oak prefers a deep and rich soil. Its acorn is 'sweet' and edible. The Bua Oak is native to North America and has now become rare in Canada. It is adapted to city and can be planted along the roads. The photo on the left is a young bur oak in the nursery. .

White Oak: To read the complete description, click here. The photo on the right is a young white oak in the nursery.

Pedunculated Oak: It is the most common oak in Europe. Pedunculated Oak prefers a rich and humid soil with clay.

Red Oak: To read the complete description of Red Oak, click here.

Swamp White Oak:  Fast-growing lowland White Oak is more suited to wet soils and is cold hardy to zone 5a. Can live over 300 years, reach heights of 22 m and produces sweet, edible acorns

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