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  • Distinctive Lobed Leaves: Pin Oak is recognized by its distinctive, deeply lobed leaves with bristle-tipped lobes. The foliage turns a reddish-brown in the fall, providing a burst of autumn color.
  • Pyramidal Shape: The tree typically has a pyramidal to oval-shaped crown when young, becoming more rounded with age. It is known for its upright and symmetrical growth habit.
  • Rapid Growth: Pin Oak is a fast-growing tree, particularly in its early years. This rapid growth can make it an excellent choice for landscaping projects where quick establishment is desired.
  • Tolerance to Wet Soils: One of the notable characteristics of Quercus palustris is its tolerance to poorly drained or wet soils. This adaptability makes it suitable for planting in low-lying areas and sites prone to occasional flooding.
  • Acorns as Wildlife Food: The tree produces acorns that serve as a food source for wildlife. Squirrels, deer, and various birds are among the species that may consume the acorns.
  • Urban Tolerance: Pin Oak is often planted in urban and suburban areas due to its adaptability to various soil conditions and its tolerance to air pollution. It is a common choice for streetscapes, parks, and large landscapes.
  • High Branch Density: The branches of Pin Oak are numerous and form a dense canopy, providing ample shade. This feature adds to its desirability for landscaping purposes.
  • Fall Color: While the fall color of Pin Oak is not as vibrant as some other oak species, the foliage typically turns a russet-red to brown in the autumn, contributing to seasonal interest.
  • SPREAD 13-18 M 
  • HEIGHT 20-25 M 

Care Instructions

Different plants have different watering needs. Check the soil moisture by inserting your finger about an inch into the soil. If it feels dry, water the plant until the water drains from the bottom of the pot. Avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot.

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