The Northern Red Oak is favored by many as it is easier to transplant compared to other Oak species.
This tree is commonly used for lumber and landscaping.
Northern Red Oak trees offer acorns that provide food for birds (like jays and woodpeckers), squirrels, whitetail deer, and other animals.
History & Lore
It is believed that England was the first to receive a transplanted Northern Red Oak. This occured in the late 17th century.