Shingle Oak

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Quick Overview

Shingle Oak is a native tree to Illinois and more specifically to the Chicagoland region. Unlike other oaks, this tree has a unique leaf shape, atypical and unlobed.

Details

Quick Overview

Why it rocks:

Shingle Oak is a native tree to Illinois and more specifically to the Chicagoland region. Unlike other oaks, this tree has a unique leaf shape, atypical and unlobed. 

Where to put it:

Shingle Oak is versatile and is also a perfect choice for open areas in the back or front yard or the parkway. This tree should be planted at least 20ft from buildings. 

What it needs:

Shingle Oak is an extremely tolerant tree that can grow in almost any condition. Be sure to follow our watering guidelines for the first few growing seasons until the root system is well-established.

Specs

Specs
Botanical Name Quercus imbricaria
Hardiness Zone 5
Tree Type Shade
Size Range Large Tree (more than 40 feet)
Mature Height 50'
Mature Spread 30'
Shape Oval
Foliage Color Dark Green
Fall Color Red, Rusty Orange
Flower Color N/A
Decorative Fruit None
Landscape Uses Shade, Parkway/Street
Growth Rate Slow
Plant Tolerance Very Adaptable
Standout Feature Unique History, Glossy Green Foliage, Unique Leaves