*All bare-root whips are between 40-80cm in height when delivered
Irish Native bare-root tree species included;
Quercus robur, commonly know as Common Oak is a species of or Irish Native Oak Tree. It's a flowering tree species, growing to a large size and height and living for a very long time of up to a few centuries. The Oak is a deciduous tree species native to Ireland . The Oak flowers in mid-Spring, and the Fruit are called Acorns which ripen in Autumn time.
Did you know that plating a single Irish Native Oak tree in your garden can absorb more Co2 than a car traveling to Beijing and back?!
When planting these bareroot trees, leave a minimum of two meters between each tree.
- Suitable for small and large garden
- Leave at least 2 metres between each plant
- Colour & fruit throughout the year