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Oak, English

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Oak, English Quercus robur From £1.15
Oak, English - Standard

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Oak, English - Standard Quercus robur (Standard) From £49.98
Oak, Pin

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Oak, Pin Quercus palustris From £2.76
Oak, Pin - Standard

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Oak, Pin - Standard Quercus palustris (Standard) From £59.94
Oak, Red - Standard

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Oak, Red - Standard Quercus rubra (Standard) From £89.99
Oak, Sessile

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Oak, Sessile Quercus petraea From £1.94
Oak, Sessile - Standard

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Oak, Sessile - Standard Quercus petraea (Standard) From £89.99
Oak, Turkey - Standard

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Oak, Turkey - Standard Quercus cerris (Standard) From £79.98
Oak, Holm / Holly

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Oak, Holm / Holly Quercus ilex From £59.99

Oaks (Quercus species), are large, spreading trees with sturdy branches and distinctive, lobed leaves.
Except for Holm Oak (Quercus ilex), they are not suitable for use in a clipped hedge.

Oaks grow to 20-30 metres tall.

What size Oak trees should I buy?

  • If you are not in a hurry to get a full sized Oak tree, we recommend starting with the smaller 6/8cm girth size.
  • If you are in a hurry and need instant impact, then go for the 8/10cm girth size.

Standard trees are measured by their girth 1 metre above the ground, and young saplings are measured by height.
So, a 6/8cm Standard Oak tree is much bigger than an 60/80cm sapling Oak tree. If a tree is available in both sizes, it will be noted in the product description.

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Oak trees are a timeless addition to larger gardens and farmland. They thrive best in nutrient-rich, well-drained soil and full sun, but young trees will tolerate shade until they grow up into the sunlight.

Oaks grow to 20-30 metres tall.

The oldest known oak in the UK is estimated to be over 1,000 years old. Lifespan depends on species, soil conditions, and access to sun.
An oak over 400 years is classed as ancient.

Which Oak Tree Should I Choose?

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