Californian White Oak (Quercus lobata)
Endemic to California, the Valley Oak (Quercus lobata) is a long-lived, tall, spreading deciduous tree. Like most oaks, once roots have tapped into ground water after the first few years of growth, Q. lobata is hardy and self-sufficient and will continue to grow into a large and valuable landscape tree. With adequate groundwater tolerates dry, hot summers. dry summers
- Strong landscape amenity value
- Good for shade, speciment, avenue plantings.
- Low flammability
- High frost and drought tolerance*
*once roots have grown to sufficient depth to access year-round groundwater reserves