Quercus ellipsoidalis

Common name: Hill's Oak

Native plant

Hill’s Oak is now believed to be Quercus coccinea (Scarlet Oak). I have found Hill’s to be the most variable oak I grow. Some trees have small leaves, some have large leaves, some are deeply lobed, some are not, most keep their leaves, some don’t, but all have great scarlet-red fall color. Grows on sandy soils and heavy clay soils, frequently with bur oak. When full grown, it is small in stature compared to other oaks. Does well as a street tree. Many people use it as a screen by leaving it low branched. Requires full sun.

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Sell unit: 
Gallon

Pricing

Pricing information per unit for 5 gallon growing method
1 to 10 units $22
11 to 24 units $19
25 or more units $16.50
Pricing information per unit for 15 gallon growing method
1 to 10 units $90
11 to 24 units $80
25 or more units $75
Pricing information per diameter
1.25 inch $75
1.50 inch $100
1.75 inch $125
2.00 inches $145

Plant Details

Plant type

Tree

Soil type

Dry Mesic, Mesic

Light exposure

Full Sun

Bloom period

Spring

Environment

New construction, Road-side/salt tolerant

Growth form

Single trunk

General information

Mature height
40 Feet
Mature width
40 Feet
Max height
65 Feet
Max width
50 Feet
Growth rate
Fast
Flower color
Catkin
Fall color
Red

Additional information

Butterfly host plant Loved by birds

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