Quercus garryana Oregon White Oak

  • Quercus garryana,  Oregon White Oak
  • Quercus garryana,  Oregon White Oak
  • Plant type
    • Deciduous Tree
  • Native or non-native
    • Native
  • Sun & shade levels
    • Full Sun
  • Soil conditions
    • Very Dry
    • Dry
  • Upland/wetland ratings
    • UPL-Very dry, found in upland
  • Yearly Height, Width
    • 1 ft., .5 ft.
  • Ten Year Height, Width
    • 12 ft., 6 ft.
  • Matured Height, Width
    • 75 ft., 45 ft.
 

A slow growing native tree that develops an intricate branching pattern when older. Grows to 75 ft. tall and 45 ft. wide. Does best in full sun and in dryish, porous, gravelly soils. Acorns are very popular with our native squirrels. Occurs naturally in the Fort Lewis area of Pierce County in Tacoma, Washington. When traveling in Oregon you will see these in a lots of places. Magnificant trees!

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