Monterey Oak


The Monterrey Oak does well in any soil. It grows well in the sun and partial shade, and it can grow as much as 24 inches in one season. 

Monterrey Oak has olive green foliage. The glossy oval leaves remain olive green throughout the winter. Neither the flowers nor the fruit are significant. However, the fruit can be messy in the landscape and may require occasional clean-up.

Common Name: Monterrey Oak

Type: Deciduous


Native Range: North America

Zone: 7-10

Height: 80 ft

Spread: 50 ft

Bloom Time: Spring

Bloom Description: Chartreuse

Sun: Full Sun / Partial Shade

Water: Dry / Moist

Maintenance: Low Prune in late winter

Suggested Use: Vertical Accent

Flower: N/A

Leaf: Blue/Green Glossy Semi-Evergreen

Fruit: Acorns


Tolerant: Deer Resistant