Woodlanders Bringing you the best in rare native and exotic plants since 1979
Botanical Name     Common Name
A B C D E F-G H I J-L M-O P Q R S T U-Z ALL
Quercus agrifolia
Common Name: Coast Live Oak

Coast Live Oak is a medium size evergreen tree that is occasionally shrubby. It has rounded leaves that are somewhat holly-like and large long acorns.    We have grown seedlings from trees planted in El Paso, Texas but not seen ithis Cal...


Quercus incana
Common Name: Bluejack Oak

The Bluejack oak is a small to medium size tree with narrow unlobed deciduous leaves that emerge shrimp pink in spring and mature to a blue-gray-green color.  It is found in dry sandy soils in pine barrens, sandy flatwoods, and river ter...


Quercus lyrata
Common Name: Overcup Oak

Overcup Oak is a large deciduous tree found on floodplains and bottomlands in the eastern and central U.S. It is a round crowned tree that makes a good shade tree or street tree. It is adapatable to well-drained or poorly drained soils. Overcup Oa...


Quercus muehlenbergii
Common Name: Chinquapin Oak

Chinquapin Oak is a large deciduous tree with chestnut-like serrated leaves.  It makes a good shade tree and is especially good for well-drained high pH soils since it typically occurs on such sites in eastern and southwe...


Quercus prinoides
Common Name: Dwarf Chinquapin Oak

This uncommon deciduous oak is similar to Quercus muhlenbergii (Chinquapin Oak) but it grows as a large shrub or small tree.  It can be rhizomatous.  The Dwarf Chinquapin Oak is usually found on rather sterile sa...


Quercus pumila
Common Name: Runner Oak

Runner Oak is a low-growing deciduous oak with stiff willow-like leaves. It is a component of the fire maintained southern pine forests of the Coastal Plain of the southern U.S. where it forms large colonies which produce abundant acorns when only...


Quercus stellata
Common Name: Post Oak
Post Oak is a large, long-lived, deciduous tree with rounded crown and stout, spreading branches. It is in the white oak group. It is native to eastern North America where it grows on a variety of well-drained soils. Post Oak can be identified by ...

Quercus virginiana ''Bok Tower''
Common Name: (Dwarf ? ) Live Oak

The Southern Live Oak needs no description in the southern U.S. where it is native.  The large spreading moss-draped evergreen trees are an iconic southern feature.  The one we offer here is from acorns collected at the famous Bok Tower ...

Botanical Name     Common Name
A B C D E F-G H I J-L M-O P Q R S T U-Z ALL