Quercus palustris


Pin Oak 


Quercus palustris - Pin Oak

About Pin Oak at OSU's Landscape Plants site

  • Native to central and eastern U.S.

  • Height seldom exceeds 125’, usually less.

  • Leaves have 3-4 pointy lobes, rather small, thin and glossy; can persist through winter.

  • Acorns are tiny (1/2”) and striated with a shallow cup.

  • Fall foliage is variable, from bronze to red.

  • A non-massive tree in all aspects.

Tree #LocationDimensionsPhoto and Notes
3141611 NW 32nd Ave
Private, Side Yard

115' Height

75' Spread

12.4' Circ.

This tree is visible from the corner of NW 33rd Ave and NW Quimby St.

Quercus palustris - Pin Oak
3647326 SW Brier Pl
Right of Way

114' Height

65' Spread

13.4' Circ.

Quercus palustris - Pin Oak