Is it because it is as good looking at two inches in caliper as it is at four or six? Is it because it has a strong central leader, it branches heavily and the branching is at angles that indicate structural strength?

Could it be the way it holds its small dark green leaves well, even in the coldest winters?

Is it because of the uniformity and strong growing characteristics inherited from the parent tree?

The answer to all of these questions is

When the need is for a clearly superior oak then Cathedral Oak® is clearly the superior choice.

But why not ask the excellent growers who are growing it, or judge for yourself from these pictures. How did this remarkable tree come to exist?