Northern Red Oak – Tree Growth Record

Tree- Northern Red Oak

Northern Red Oak (1) Planted August 2013
6 ft 6 in tall (front yard)

We planted two northern red oak trees in August 2013. One sits in the front yard and the other the backyard. Northern red oaks are fast growing deciduous shade trees. In the spring its new green leaves have a reddish tint before becoming glossy dark green in the summer and then brilliant red for autumn. It grows to about 80 ft tall and it’s canopy has a spread of 45 ft. It grows best in well drained soil and tolerates urban and street planting well.

Northern Red Oak Planted August 2013 (backyard)

Northern Red Oak (2) Planted August 2013
6 ft 10 in tall (backyard)

May 9, 2015 Northern Red Oak (1) 7 ft 3 in

May 9, 2015 Northern Red Oak (1) 7 ft 3 in Tree Moved 2014

Northern Red Oak 1 May 2016

Northern Red Oak 1 May 2016

Northern Red Oak 2 May 2016

Northern Red Oak 2 May 2016

May 9, 2015 Northern Red Oak (2) 7 ft 3 in

May 9, 2015
Northern Red Oak (2) 7 ft 3 in

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