In the climate of the Pacific Northwest, native Garry oak trees are easy to grow and become very drought tolerant once established.
Oaks can be sprouted from acorns collected under your favorite trees. Acorns drop in the fall and should be planted before the first frost. Oaks can also be grow using seedlings purchased from the society. See our contact page to buy seedlings from the Society which are available for local pickup from Oak Harbor, WA.
This page features step by step guides and in-depth resources that will help make your Garry Oak planting efforts a success. If you have questions, get in touch. We are happy to help!
Planting with Acorns
A young girl collects acorns for planting.
Planting with Seedlings
Seedlings can be purchased from the Society.