Texas Red Oak Tree

Quercus buckleyi

Size

Height - 30 feet

Width - 30 feet

Sun

Full sun

Plant Type

Native shade tree,

deciduous

Other common names

 

Shumard Red Oak

Close up view

Full plant view

Save Water   Low water required
 
More Color   Bright red leaves in fall
 
Attract Wildlife   Birds, squirrels and other small mammals eat acorns
 
Reduce Maintenance   Low maintenance choice for a native landscape
 
Texas Tough    Drought tolerant and valuable to wildlife

Interesting Facts

Leaves turn bright yellow and red in the fall.  The Shumard Red Oak is actually a slightly larger version of the Texas Red Oak, although the names are often used interchangeably.  Thse two species are the best adapted Red Oaks to North Texas.

Texas Red Oak Trees in Frisco