Among the tallest of our native American hardwoods, it shares much in common with Magnolia acuminata. Intriguing cup-shaped flowers of orange, yellow, and green in early summer. Grows fast if planted in deep, moist soil, but it will languish if planted in a dry or compacted area.
Quercus Jordan Street® Q. alba x macrocarpa 'Atwood' (Jordan Street® Hybrid Oak)
With outstanding hybrid vigor, dark green foliage that is highly resistant to powdery mildew and almost perfect branching structure Jordan Street is perfect shade tree. It has shown no sign of damage from wind or ice and is hardy to below -28F and windchill to -86F - wow that is cold.