Prairie Stature Oak

An outstanding durable hardwood to have in your landscape is the Prairie Stature Oak. Pyramidal in shape and quite dense in form, this shade tree will reach a height of 30-40’ with a spread of about 25-30’. In the spring and summer, the leathery lobed leaves are emerald-green changing to different shades of reddish purple in the fall. Fairly tolerable to most soil conditions, the Prairie Stature should only be planted in areas receiving full sun.

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