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Quercus sartorii

Quercus sartorii
Sartors oak

Quercus sartorii is an oak that grows across a wide range in eastern Mexico, found at elevations from 3000 to 7000’. This oak is resonably fast growing, reaching an eventual size of 30-40 feet tall and wide. Leaves are dark green, about 2 inches wide with deep lobes along the edges. Quercus sartorii will drop its leaves in the winter, but not before they turn a nice shade of red or burgundy. This tree will grow best in full sun, but can tolerate light shade. This oak can adapt to many different soils, but well draning soils are best. Hardy to at least 0˚F, USDA Zone 7.

Plant Type Native, Tree
Exposure Full Sun
Water Needs Low, Average
Hardiness Zone Zone 7 (0° F)
Flower Color Inconspicuous
Flower Season Fall
Growth Rate Moderate
Height 30 (ft)
Spread 30 (ft)
Spacing 20' (ft)
Characteristics Showy
Attracts Birds, Wildlife
Maintenance Low
Garden Uses Beds and Borders
Tolerance Drought
Soil Type Chalk, Clay, Loam, Sand
Soil PH Acid, Alkaline, Neutral
Soil Drainage Well-Drained
Image by: MSWN
Image by: MSWN
Image by: MSWN

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