Planting Information

White Oak

Quercus alba grows at a slow-medium rate, with height increases from less than 12" up to 24" per year. At maturity, it reaches a height of 50–80' with a spread of 50–80'. Planting sites with full sun to partial shade are best for this tree, with a minimum of four hours of direct sunlight each day. Slightly acidic to neutral, deep, moist, well-drained soils are preferred and it is intolerant of alkaline, shallow or poor-quality soils.

White Pine

Pinus strobus is an evergreen tree, which keeps its foliage year-round. It grows at a fast rate, with height increases of more than 24" per year. At maturity, it reaches a height of 50–80' and a spread of 20–40’. Planting sites with full sun to partial shade are best for this tree, with a minimum of four hours of direct sunlight each day. Acidic, moist, well-drained and dry soils are preferred.

Planting a Bareroot Tree

*We do not recommend fertilizing newly planted trees during their first year of growth.