This pin oak has a great name, so true to what it really is = a slow growing dwarf suitable for even the smallest of gardens where it can easily be used as an attractive specimen. It has extremely deeply lobed leaves, 15-17 long, that are deep green and glossy during the season. Its main feature are the autumn colours which begin with vivid red and purple, later changing to golden yellow and orange.Usual height is about 2m, if grafted on a half- or mini-standard count on about 3m in 20 years. It lives in any well-drained garden soil and partially tolerates lime. Fully hardy.
Chlumec 23, 382 32 Velešín, Czech republic