The CoHort Zone

October 29, 2013

Pacific Brilliance™ Pin Oak

Pacific Brilliance™ Pin Oak
Quercus palustris ‘PWJR08′ PP20900

  

Height & Spread  45-50′ h x 20-25′ w
Shape  Upright
Flower  Inconspicuous
Fruit  Brown, acorn nutlets
Zone  4
Foliage New growth is lustrous green and shiny

Features
Pacific Brilliance Pin Oak Sales Flyer

Press Release


Testimonials

 

 

 

As Seen In …
State by State Garden Magazine

 

- White pubescence gives appearance of
frost on tender spring leaves
- No pendulous branches typical of seedling pin       oaks
- Brilliant shades of red and orange fall color
- Acorns are smaller and not as prolific

 

 

October 2013: A Better Oak Option

 

“What captured my attention was Pacific Brilliance’s pin oak leaf when it was tender. It featured a white pubescence which gave the appearance of frost on the leaf. It quickly went away as the leaf matured and turned a shiny, dark green with a light green underside.” Read more…

2013 Farwest New Varieties Showcase

 

 

 

 

Featured in the 2013 New Varieties Showcase at the Farwest tradeshow

Plant genetics provided by: Brentano’s Tree Farm

Posted by: hort@upshoot @ 9:31 pm