Light Green, Dark Green
Deciduous (bare from Nov to April)
Leaves and Foliage
Large - 12m plus
Free delivery for orders over £99 to a single England, Wales or lowland Scotland address. We deliver to UK and Europe addresses.
The best quality trees grown by British nurserymen with generations of experience. Packaged beautifully and safely delivered, our plants arrive in a fresh and healthy condition.
Just select the target delivery date when you place your order. We deliver by tracked courier between Tuesday to Friday each week excluding Bank Holidays.
Quercus robur donum
Give our Oak Tree Gift to a loved one as a strong statement of longevity and natural beauty. This native tree is a symbol of strength, courage, and wisdom in Celtic mythology and is revered as the ‘Father of the Woods’. Customers love to give this gift on Father’s Day, Dads’ Birthdays, and wedding anniversaries.
This gift arrives as a proud Oak Tree Sapling, small but with big plans to grow. Lush, green leaves adorn its slender trunk. In autumn, the leaves turn fiery-oranges and bronzed-browns before falling off for winter. Oaks are fully hardy and no stranger to the cold, so there’s nothing to do but wait for spring. Loved ones can watch it grow large and sturdy for years to come, eventually producing its own acorns for birds and squirrels or even for flavour in homegrown recipes. Some oaks live to the ripe age of 1,000, now what other gifts can do that?
Our Oak saplings can grow in a large pot for some years but will need plenty of room to grow when planted. Order yours in time for Father’s Day or your Dad’s birthday! Just click ‘Add to Basket’ to choose a personalised card and a day for delivery. We’ll handle the gift-wrapping.
Hardy in the severest European continental climates including exposed upland locations in the UK.
Choose an optional greetings card
Add your own personal message that will be printed in a greetings card (up to 120 characters) of your choice. This can be added at the point of checkout.
Give the Gift of a Oak Tree Gift
Delivered from the nursey to their doorstep