Quercus garryana - Blue Heron Nursery

Quercus garryana

Oregon White Oak

A very slow growing tree with a wide, rounded crown. The form is irregular when young, eventually forming majestic specimens. It has leathery, glossy, dark green leaves. It grows best in full sun and is tolerant of hot, dry conditions. It is commonly found on dry soils, and in areas with poorly drained soils in the wet season that dry out during the summer. Avoid soil compaction and excess summer watering in the landscape. A native to the Pacific Northwest.

  • Common Name: Oregon White Oak
  • Height: 70' tall
  • Spread: 70' wide
  • Type: Deciduous
  • Zone: 5 - 8

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