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English Oak Tree (Quercus robur) 20-40cm Trees**FREE UK MAINLAND DELIVERY + FREE 100% TREE WARRANTY**  
English Oak Tree (Quercus robur) 20-40cm Trees**FREE UK MAINLAND DELIVERY + FREE 100% TREE WARRANTY**
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Why Buy Our Volume Trees?

  • Our volume trees are plug plants which can be planted all year round. No rush to plant as roots are not exposed.
  • Grown in Scotland which makes the plants much hardier (used to bad weather)
  • Very easy to plant, little cultivation required and very high success rate.
  • Our trees are covered by a FREE TREE WARRANTY(first 15% not covered)
  • Plants do not "check" when planted so rapid early growth.
  • Root plug contains both naturally occurring mycorrhizae and fertilzer.
  • Growing containers eliminate root spiralling. 
  • FREE DELIVERY (UK Mainland only)

Large Order Discount
Orders over £1000 may have further discounts added by contacting us or calling 0800 043 1057 

A majestic native, British tree, the English Oak or Pedunculate Oak (Quercus robur) is a feature of the British landscape.  It is a native tree across Europe and arrived in Britain later than the Sessile Oak.  There is some discussion that the two trees are one and the same, simply from different ends of their natural geographic range.  Both English Oak and Sessile Oak can hybridise with the resulting trees being difficult to classify as one or the other.  English Oak is a tree capable of living for many hundreds of years.  It is characterised by its broadish head of gnarled branches, when growing in an open setting.  Attractive leaves, which are nearly stalkless are the real indicator of this tree as opposed to Sessile Oak, where the leaves have stalks.  Expect a final height of 36m (120ft).

Should you require a larger more mature Oak tree then click ORNAMENTAL OAK TREE. Click OAK HEDGING for the obvious hedging section. 

Woodland Design Principles
Typically, English Oak is planted in groups of between 10 and 50 trees.  This number of trees is ideal for creating a wildlife habitat and a meaningful source of food and shelter.  Spacing may vary between 1m (3ft 4in) and 5m (16ft 8in).  The aim is to mimic what nature intended and thus avoid artificial lines.  Blending of one species into another is suggested although bearing in mind different growth rates.  A major native, British tree, it forms a part of many new native woodland plantings.  Rabbit  and Deer Protection

We offer a range of tree shelters that will protect your trees against possible attack.  Click on this Tree Protection Link and it will take you to all of these products. 

Benefits of using our plug plant trees
Our trees are sold as plug plants, in other words the roots are encased in compost. This means that planting can be carried out at any time of the year, provided they are watered in periods of drought, compared to bare-root plants which can only be planted during the plants normal dormant period (November to March).  All of these trees are UK grown, which is important for successful establishment

See What Our Customers Are Saying About Our English Oak Quercus Robur

Hi Trees online, Got to say very impressed so far with the new arrivals. I bought the initial batch to check the kind of quality before purchasing a larger order. I have a few acres of land and looking at setting up a christmas tree farm so at momemt I am considering placing an order of 1000 trees at the discounted rate however I am undecided on what type to go for and would like a few different types. If the quantity of the order was 1000 trees would the price be at the full discounted rate Kind Regards Duncan  1216

Site Conditions And Evergreen Tree List
Our tree chart details which site conditions suit which trees and also which are evergreen or semi-evergreen.

Feeding Or Fertilizing Hedges
This is a task that can easily be over done. Any nitrogen based fertilizer will do such as 20:20:10 but the longer lasting ones which take 18/24 months are better as they are regulated by the weather and moisture therefore release slowly.

Woodburning Chart
If you are one of those lucky people that lead an eco lifestyle (VERY jealous if you are) and want to buy trees to burn, then maybe our wood burning chart (excel spread sheet) will help you decide. Ash, Eucalyptus Gunnii and Willow are worth looking at for their growth rates and calorific values.

Planting Tool
If you are looking to plant lots of plug plant or cell grown trees (the 10-40cm-ish) size range then maybe you should consider our tree planting tool. Tree planting rates of over 700 per day achievable.

Adding A Bit Of Colour And Attract Wildlife
Honeysuckle (Lonicera periclymenum) is very attractive, fragrant and attracts more wildlife to your garden. A bit on the vigorous side but worth the effort. A great addition to your project.

Tree Spacing
Broadleaf wood planting would be around 3m between each tree. Christmas tree planting for a commercial crop is around 1m.

Factors Detrimental To Cell Grown Trees
Too much/little water, animal Urine, excessive wind exposure (will slow growth), salt spray, frost on new growth, herbicide drift and over application of fertilizer.  

     

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