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Other Trees Similar To The Red Oak
If you are interested in buying or browsing Texas Red Oak Trees in Helotes or San Antonio, Wilson Landscape has an impressive stock of all sizes and shapes of trees. We grow all of our trees from acorns and seeds and only use the best fertilizers. We have beautiful Texas Red Oak Trees to choose from, and we offer lower prices and better products than Lowes and Home Depot. We specialize in tree growing, and we only grown native and well adapted Texas trees, so you can be sure they will flourish. Best of all, Glenn and Sherry are plant experts and would love to answer any and all questions and concerns you may have about your specific tree needs. Our knowledge is something that is hard to find at chain garden stores. Come on in or give us a call today!
Quercus shumardii and texana
Native Range: Texana is the Hill Country Red Oak and Shumardii is the Central to East Texas Red Oak. Most nursery Red Oaks are Shumardii because they grow faster and do better in pots. The true Hill Country Red Oak is available but not common in the nursery trade. The leaves of the two trees look very similar. Shumardii grows more tall and straight whereas Texana grows more low and irregular. Both are called “Texas” Red Oak.
Sun/Shade: Prefers full sun; part shade OK
Landscape Use: Currently the most common new shade tree planted. An excellent choice that grows moderately fast and has a stately trunk. Has nice late fall/ early winter fall foliage, sometimes as late as Christmas Has the classic deeply lobed Oak tree leaf.
Size: Very large up to 60 feet and also wide, perhaps 30 feet.
Type: Deciduous shade tree.
Drought Tolerance: Very drought tolerant but looks best with regular watering.
Soil: Not particular about soil as long as it drains well and does not remain constantly wet. Does well in rocky soil or even better with soil enhancement.
Water: Smart Watering Principle=Water well when first planted then allow to dry slightly, without wilting, then water deeply again, etc. Do not keep constantly wet.
Fertilizer: Looks even better with regular fertilization.
Maintenance Tips: Develops an attractive shape without trimming. Can take off lower limbs as desired.
Rating: Rates high as a landscape plant.
So come on in and browse or buy one of our beautiful Texas Red Oak Trees in Helotes. We have a large selection of all types and sizes and we would love to talk with you about your specific needs. We also offer planting and deliver service!
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