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Quercus falcata

Southern red oak

Quercus falcata is a native red oak that occurs commonly in dry to moist forests across the southeast. The leaves of this tree are pointed and lobed, like most red oaks, but have a characteristic long and narrow central lobe. Quercus falcata works well for restoration projects in dry sites, or as a street tree. Oak acorns are an important food source for much of our wildlife, and oak trees serve as important hosts to much of our butterfly, pollinator, and insect life.

Species name - Container sizeCommon nameStockPriceQuantity PricingAdd to request
Quercus falcata - 1 Gallon

Southern red oak

37 in stock

$12.1010+ $6.05ea
Quercus falcata - Bare Root Seedling

Southern red oak

15 in stock

$2.2050+ $1.10ea

Plant type

  • Tree / Shrub

Mature Height

  • Over 30'

Wetland Indicator Status

  • (FAC) Facultative upland


  • Bird Supportive
  • Edible
  • Drought Tolerant
  • Butterfly and Pollinator Supportive

Planting Zone

  • Riparian Zone
  • Upland
  • Slope
  • Riparian Buffer

Classification by Use

  • Erosion Control
  • Shade Tree
  • Stream Restoration
  • Street Tree