Common Name: Coconino Western Oak™
The small, prickly, holly-like leaves of 'Coconino' are silver-gray; the tree is hardy and fully evergreen in Zone 5B and below. At maturity, the grafted tree should be about 20 feet tall. The silver-gray leaves and the black fissured bark of 'Coconino' make it a striking subject as either a specimen planting or in a group. It is very representative of the mixed oak/pine forests of the upper Southwest, a lovely reminder of hikes and camping trips on the Mogollon Rim in northern Arizona. Will do well across the West because of its region-adapted rootstock which is tolerant to high pH soils and arid conditions.
Flower Color: Green
Growth Habit: Tree
Light Needs: Full Sun
Flowering Season: Late Summer
Leaf Color: Gray
This plant may be available. Check our current availability on our Wholesale Ordering page HERE.