Northern Red Oak: a medium to large, long-lived red oak with a spreading crown, may reach 50 to 75 feet in height on favorable sites which provide a deep, well drained, neutral to acid soil. Not adapted to the dry, alkaline soils of the Plains states, best used within its native range of the northwest and central U.S Climatic Zone 4 or warmer.
Crown Height: 60 to 70 feet
Crown Width: 20 to 30 feet
Cold Hardiness: USDA Zone 3
Conservation/Windbreaks: A tall tree used in farmstead and field windbreaks.
Wildlife: Provides excellent cover and resting sites for many birds.