Quercus robur - English Oak tree 6/8cm girth
Quercus robur or English Oak is a very large tree with heavy, spreading limbs and dark green, lobed leaves. The substantial trunk on older trees is dark grey and grooved. In autumn the tree produces masses of ovoid acorns much loved by many of our wild animals. Pendunculate Oak is a very majestic native tree found in lowland woodland across the British Isles and is very long lived and heavily valued for its high quality timber. It will grow well in most situations but does best on deep soils. A great tree for supporting our native wildlife and beneficial to and area.
This tree is suited to larger gardens, parks and woodlands.
Please select the size and quantity of your Oak tree below.
If the tree size you require is not listed please call for current availability and delivery options as we are always updating the stock we have for sale at our tree nursery in Essex.
- 6/8cm girth
Availability: In Stock
Quercus robur - English Oak tree
- Size: 6/8cm girth. Girth in CM equates roughly to height in feet. For example: 10/12cm girth = 10/12ft tall..
- Botanical name/s: Quercus robur
- Common name/s: Common Oak or Pendunculate Oak
- Flower / Foliage: Small greenish catkins in spring are followed by oval acorns in autumn. The leaves are dark green and have rounded, lobed edges.
- Plant type: Deciduous
- Flowering period: N/A
- Mature height: 25m+
- Mature spread: Up to 15m
- Growth Rate: Moderate
- Recommended usage: Ideal in any larger size garden, park or woodland as a specimen or in a mix where native trees are required.
- Nursery grown: Yes
After Care / Plant Maintenance
- Once planted, Quercus robur will need watering throughout the first growing season, but make sure not to over / under water.
- Check tree tie / stake isn't rubbing and / or too tight or too loose on the trunk.
- Check for and remove any dead, decaying, diseased or crossing branch.
- Remove any weeds from around the base of the Oak tree (including grass).
- Position/Aspect: North, south, east or west facing
- Soil: All moist well drained soils
- Hardiness: Quercus robur is native and fully hardy in the UK.
- Plant maintenance: Low maintenance
How do I order from King & Co?
Your order may be placed via our Online Shop, which is fast simple and secure.
After your Online Shop order has been placed we will send an order confirmation email to the email address provided. This will provide you with details of your order, including the order number, which you should check and retain for your records. If there is an error in your order requirement, please contact us as soon as possible quoting your order number, so that we can rectify prior to dispatch.
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How can I expect delivery from King & Co?
Overnight to your door
We can delivery to you anywhere in England and Wales via an overnight courier service (two days for Scotland & Ireland).
Via Online Shop
Orders placed via our Online shop if placed by 12 noon Monday –Thursday can be delivered to you the very next day. If placed on a Friday - Sunday delivery would be on Tuesday.
We deliver by national overnight courier service.
Should you require a specific delivery date, let us know in advance and we will arrange for your delivery to arrive on your required date.
Every tree and plant is packed to ensure your order arrives safely.
For large trees or quantities of trees and plants
Please phone us to discuss, we are usually able to deliver to you via a dedicated vehicle.
For local deliveries
We will deliver to you in our local area and we will be pleased to arrange this with you whilst you are visiting our Nursery or via the phone. We also provide a planting service.
We have our own installation teams to carry out planting in Southern & Eastern England. Please call us to discuss, we are always happy to provide you a quotation.