Northern Pin Oak (Hill’s Oak)


Scientific Name: Quercus ellipsoidalis

Size at Pick-up: Approx. 3-6 feet tall in a 3 gallon container


  • Provides food and wildlife habitat
  • Excellent fall color
  • Tolerates heat, air pollution, and compacted soil
  • Offers dense shade

64 in stock


Zone: 3-9
Mature Habit: Pyramidal when young, oval when mature
Size: 60’ to 75’ Tall by 45’ Diameter
Best Light: Full sun
Growth Rate: Moderate
Best Soil: Prefers regular moisture in acidic soils, but tolerates flooding, a wide range of soils, and some drought
Color: Glossy dark green to bronze, orange, or red
Landscape Uses: Shade tree, wildlife habitat, park tree

This is an overstory tree – DO NOT plant under a power line