Native to the Eastern United States, the Northern Red Oak is the ideal tree for parks and large lawns. It has broad, spreading branches and makes a large, open shade area. The leaves, which are a rich green during growing season, will turn to rich browns and reds in the fall before they fall off. The root system of the Northern Red Oak grows deep in the ground, so any gardening you do under or around the tree will not be disturbed.This tree grows quickly to a height of about 90 feet. Tree shown in picture is 15 to 25 years old. Be aware that since the seasons have changed, the leaves on your deciduous tree may be turning colors or falling off the tree. This is normal and should not raise concern. Your tree is still alive and healthy!
Publisher: New Growth
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