Sunday, November 11, 2012

Trees That Please Nursery: 30 Days of Fall Foliage, Sunday November 11th.


Chisos Red Oak
The Chisos Red Oak (Quercus gravesii) is one of our featured November Trees of the Month. It is a New Mexico native tree that can produce annual growth of up to 3’per year ultimately reaching 30’ - 35′ tall and 25′ wide.  Its large canopy provides dark cooling shade. Wild populations are often found growing on dry hillsides and other poor soil situations.
     
It’s fall and our Chisos Red Oaks are putting on a spectacular show! Leaves turn a brilliant red-maroon,
orange,
occasionally yellow in the fall.
or a mixture of bright colors in the fall.


As our November Tree of the Month, Chisos Red Oaks are discounted 25%! We have a large selection of Chisos Red Oaks. Need help selecting a tree or cannot make it to the nursery? Click the link below to view a video of our current inventory of 5 gallon Chisos Red Oaks and to see their range of fall foliage.



The Chisos Red Oak makes a great shade tree with fabulous fall foliage. It has deep roots and can be very long-lived. The Chisos Red Oak is best grown in well-drained soils with low to regular water. This oak is Hardy to USDA zone 5.

Contact Trees That Please Nursery for availability and pricing.

Photos & Narrative By:
Stephen Sain
Staff Plant Physiologist

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