Mossy-Cup Oak, Burr Oak
Long-lived polycarpic perennial
Native to the Finger Lakes Region, Nova Scotia to PA & TX
Source of plant
Doug Goldman, Dan Keiser, Moses Nurseries, Snipes Farm & Nursery, Schichtel's Nursery
Weakly pyramidal to oval in youth, gradually developing a massive trunk and a broad crown of stout branches. Plants reach 70' to 80' in height with an equal or slightly greater spread; can reach over 100' in height. Fall color dull yellow, yellow-green, or yellow-brown. Bark rough, developing deep ridged and furrowed character, usually dark grey in color.
USDA Hardiness Zone