Quercus ellipsoidalis (Hill’s Oak)

Hill’s Oak is a variable oak – some have small leaves, some have large, some are deeply lobed, some are not. ┬áMost keep their leaves, some don’t, but all have great scarlet fall color. Grows on sandy and heavy clay soils, frequently with bur oak. When full grown it is small in stature when compared to other oaks. Good street tree. Requires full sun.

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Attracts

Birds, Butterflies

Sun

Full

Tree Size

40-50' x 40-50'

Water

Medium