Geographical origins: Alabama, Missouri, Texas.
Adult dimensions: Height up to 30 m, width up to 15 m.
Type of soil: Humid, heavy and clay.
Hardiness: Hardy to -23°C.
Exposure: Full sun.
Characteristics and uses:
The Nuttall oak is often confused with the Pin oak. The foliage turns red and remains so until the beginning of winter, it is a magnificent tree to grow in a park. Its acorns are brownish red and grooved with quite a deep cup. It is quick growing and would be superb as a lone specimen in a park or garden.