Garry Oak has a slow to moderate growth rate, but will reach forty to as much as ninety feet tall with nearly as much width, in time. This is the native oak with the round-lobed leaves. While too much water will kill this tree- don't plant it in a lawn- some supplemental moisture during hot dry summers will be beneficial. Importantly, provide good drainage and sun.
This majestic native tree is best seen in the parklike expanses of the Willamette Valley where their handsome branching structure and noble form are outstanding. If you have an Oregon White Oak on your land, cherish and protect it! Use it where it will have excellent drainage, doesn't get too wet. This is a tree for many generations.
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