Bur Oak


Bur Oak (Quercus macrocarpa): Dry to wet soil, full to partial sun. The bur oak is one or the largest oaks in the region, can surpass 100 ft tall. Very wide, open habit with largest leaves (to 9”) and acorns (up to 1.5” across). Resistant to drought and oak wilt. Flowers are catkins, bloom March-May, and trees provide shelter and attract songbirds, ground birds and mammals. Larval host to Edwards’ Hairstreak, Horace’s Duskywing butterfly. 1-gal, $13.

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