Quercus robur x alba 'JFS-KW1QX'
Dark green leaves of this narrowly columnr tree are mildew resistant. Turning red in autumn, they fall to reveal stiffly upright branches. Similar to Crimson Spire™, but does not hold brown foliage through the winter. Wide branch angles and short upsweeping branches create a storm resistant structure.
Acid soil, Moist, well-drained soil
45' at maturity
14' at maturity
Dark green, rusty red in fall
Very similar to Crimson Spire Oak, the primary difference being that the leaves fall from Streetspire oak in the winter. Those of the Crimson Spire Oak tend to remain brown and attached to the tree until pushed off by new growth the following spring.