California Native Oak Trees

Quercus agrifolia

Coast Live Oak

Slow growing spreading evergreen tree. Grow 20 to 70 feet high and often grows wider than trees height. Prefers the full sun. Hardy to 15 F. Holly like foliage on large picturesque spreading tree. Does well in coastal climates and high heat. Drought tolerant once established. California Native.

Quercus Chrysolepis

Canyon Live Oak

Slow growing upright evergreen tree. Grows 8 to 60 feet high and spreads 15 to30 feet wide. Prefers the full sun. Hardy to 10 F. Clay and serpentine tolerant. Drought ressistnat once established. California Native.

Quercus douglasii

Blue Oak

Slow growing upright deciduous tree. Grows 25 to 30 feet hight and spreads 15 to 30 feet wide. Prefers the full sun or light shade. hardy to 0 F. Cream flowers bloom in the spring and winter. Tolerates the Clay soil. Drought tolerant once established. California Native.

Quercus lobata

California White Oak

Slow growing upright deciduous tree. Grows 40 to 70 feet high. Prefers the full sun. Hardy to 30 F. Tolerates clay and attracts birds. 200 years to reach full growth. Low water needs. California Native.

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