Two of our most popular Oak Trees are the Sawtooth and the Live Oak. Perfect for wildlife, the Live Oak make delicious acorns.
Its dependable growth coupled with its unique form makes the Sawtooth Oak a very attractive and desirable tree.
This majestic tree is perfect for lining driveways and streets. It is very popular in downtown areas.
A durable tree, standing strong against pollution and most diseases, it offers longevity – quickly maturing to a height of 60 feet.
The Sawtooth Oak's lustrous green leaves change gracefully in the fall to clear yellow or golden brown. The edges have a zigzag shape, which give the tree the name Sawtooth.
Our Sawtooth Oaks are easily transplantable because of their strong and adaptable root systems. They are tolerant of most soils and climates.
Few trees are as strong and awe-inspiring as the Live Oak.
A large, spreading tree with reclining branches, it thrives in rich, coastal soils, and along the banks of streams and rivers.
Often covered in Spanish Moss, the tree evokes images of southern weddings and historical small towns. With the moss draping over its long branches, the Live Oak has one of the most distinctive appearances of any tree.
Acorns, a by-product of the tree, are a sweet attraction to a variety of birds and animals including ducks, deer and squirrels.
Because of its broad, sweeping branches, ensure there is ample room when planting to accommodate this fast growing beauty.