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This very small, slow growing form of Quercus palustris will grow to around 3m by 3m making it ideal for where space is limited, even small back gardens can now have an Oak in them and get the stunning red colouring of the autumn foliage that is the hallmark of its much larger cousin.

Quercus palustris Isabel is fairly new in cultivation and is hardy in the UK.

Available in economy and premium selection

Economy - rooted into its pot but a further season before moving up a pot size.
Premium - more growth in its pot. More mature than Economy


We offer a full planting service, in and around East Anglia, for all our trees and plants, working in areas from town gardens, to large estates with plants that range from a single tree, to whole woodlands and everything in between.

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We also stock and supply planting sundries to aid establishment and promote growth. If you do not see what you are looking for please enquire as we still may be able to help.

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