Nuttall Oak Tree

Nuttall Oak Tree

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Sale price $49.95

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  • Family owned farm since 1980
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Fast Growing Oak is a Favorite Amongst Wildlife and Produces Bushels of Acorns

This easy-to-grow Nuttall Oak tree Quercus is perfect for a beautiful, low maintenance shade tree in home gardens.

The Nuttall oak tree is prized for its fall color as well, in mid to late fall its lobed leaves will turn bright red before being shed as all deciduous trees do. The Nuttall oak leaf can grow up to 4-8 inches long. The tree will flower in April and May with yellow green flowers that shed pollen.

The fast growth habit of this tree is magnificent! This vase shaped, fast growing tree is one of our favorite species of oaks and nut trees that grows native to North America. It has the same shape as a pin oak with upper ascending branching and lower vertical branches.

You can commonly see this fast growing acorn tree growing along the Mississippi river basin all the way to southern Illinois to East Texas and Alabama. It can tolerate wet planting sites.

Its acorns are a favorite among wildlife such as ducks, deer, and squirrels! The tree’s acorns in its upper branches will begin to ripen in autumn in their second year and are dark brown in color. Acorn production will increase year after year.  


The Nuttall tree is adaptable to a wide range of soil but prefers loamy, well-drained soil, and full sun.  The oak trees can even tolerate poorly drained areas (it adjusts to wet soil) more than any other red oak cultivar and will grow profusely as a young tree.

The Nuttall Oak growth rate is extremely fast… up to 2-4 feet per year. The Nuttall’s mature size is up to 60 feet tall over 20 years and 80 feet at maturity. Space the trees at least 30-35 feet apart or more if you have the room so they can grow to their full potential.

Water thoroughly as a young tree. The Nuttall oak root systems are large and extensive and need a regular watering schedule to survive long term. A slow release fertilizer at the top of the root ball will help with growth.

Grow this fast growing oak quercus in the United States department of agriculture plant hardiness zones 5-9.

Great for home landscapes that desire fall foliage and help enhance curb appeal!

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Botanical Name
Quercus Texana

Full Sun

Flower Color

Foliage Color
Green, Red

Mature Width
35-50 ft

Mature Height
60-80 ft

Growing Zones 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Timothy B.

If I could give six stars I would! I ordered a Nuttall Oak which arrived in mid-October. The tree was fully leafed out, very green and well hydrated trunk and stems. The tree was almost six feet tall (it was described as being between five and six feet tall). It arrived in perfect condition and was much much better than I expected. Kudos to this company for getting it right. I will buy from them again. Tim


Perfect Plants

Hello Timothy, Thank you for the kind review and words! We're glad to hear that your Nuttall Oak Tree arrived as expected and we hope for your continued support.

Gail H.

Nice tree.


Perfect Plants

Hi Gail, Thanks for the review! I hope you're very satisfied with our Nuttall Oak Tree

Gail H.

Nice tree.


Perfect Plants

Thank you for your kind words, Gail. Hope you and your new Nuttall Oak Tree are doing well. Take care!

Tina F.

Very nice


Perfect Plants

Hi Tina! Thank you for your Nuttall Oak Tree order. All the best.


Looked great upon arrival!


Perfect Plants

This is exactly what we love to hear. Glad your Nuttall Oak Tree is doing well. Take care!

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