Northern Red Oak Tree


Northern Red Oak (Quercus Rubra) belongs to the red oak group. The tree is a native of North America and grows in eastern and central United States. The tree is large with straight trunk. Flowers from April to May and fruits from September to October. Fruits (acorns) are reddish-brown and beneficial for wildlife.


A rootstock controls a tree's size, how early it bears fruit, cold hardiness, and partly its disease resistance. Learn more about our specific rootstocks.