Planted Price (per tree): 1 tree–$200 | 2 trees–$175 | 3 or more trees–$150

Willow oak is a member of the red oak group with willow-shaped leaves. The fine foliage of the willow oak is one of its best ornamental features. The willow oak has excellent texture, rounded form, attractive bark and beautiful winter features

Botanical Information
Native habitat: New York south to Florida, west to Texas, Oklahoma and Missouri.
Growth habit: Pyramidal when young, becoming rounded at maturity.
Tree size: Growing fast for an oak, it can reach a height of 40 to 60 feet with a spread of 30 to 40 feet or more.
Flower and fruit: Female flowers are inconspicuous; male catkins are pendulous. The small, ½-inch acorn is topped by a shallow cap.
Leaf: The long, narrow leaves of this willow-type oak are light green in spring, dark green in summer and yellow to russet-red in fall. The leaf is tipped by a bristle.
Hardiness: Winter hardy to USDA Zone 5.