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Quercus acutissima
Common Name: Sawtooth Oak

Sawtooth Oak is a medium to large deciduous tree with leaves like a Chestnut tree.  It gives good yellow fall color and produces abundant large acorns with curious fuzzy acorn caps used in crafts.  It is an excellent shade tree or street...


Quercus acutissima 'Gobbler'
Common Name: Sawtooth Oak 'Gobbler'
Quercus acutissima 'Gobbler' is a deciduous dense, broad, oval-rounded to broad-rounded tree with low-slung, wide-spreading branches. The cultivar Gobbler is the result of open-pollinated progeny that produce early and abundant acorns. One of the fa...

Quercus coccinea
Common Name: Scarlet Oak

Scarlet Oak is a large deciduous tree with deeply lobed glossy foliaged often with excellent scarlet fall color..  It is a highly ornamental shade tree tolerant of dry soil.  It has a growth habit similar to Pin Oak ...


Quercus geminata
Common Name: Sand Live Oak

Sand Liveoak is similar to the larger Liveoak (Quercus virginiana) but is found on deep sandy soils in the southeastern coastal plain and especially in Florida.  It had dark evergreen leaves which are rolled under on the edges.&...


Quercus laevis
Common Name: Turkey Oak

Turkey Oak is a small to medium size tree that is found on deep sandy soils in the southern U.S.  It is generally considered a "scrub oak" but is an excellent ornamental tree for well-drained sandy soils.  Its deeply cut glossy...


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 margaretta
Common Name: Margaret's Oak

This deciduous oak thrives in dry sandy soils where it can form an attractive small to medium sized tree.  It is like a smaller version of Post Oak (Quercus stellata) with more rounded lobes on the leaves.  Plant in well-draine...


Quercus myrtifolia
Common Name: Myrtle Oak

Myrtle Oak is a small evergreen tree with small glossy leaves.  Growth habit is irregular and often shrubby.  This is a fine little ornamental oak for deep sandy soils in mild climate areas.  It is native to scr...


Quercus nuttallii
Common Name: Nuttall Oak

Nuttal Oak, named for the early 19th century botanist, Thomas Nuttal, is now called Quercus texana by most botanists. It is a large deciduous red oak native to bottomland forests, primarily in the Gulf Coast states. It is a good choi...


Quercus phellos
Common Name: Willow Oak

This large native oak is a popular shade tree and street tree which grows 40 to 60 feet tall.  It has narrow willow-like leaves which are deciduous and give good yellow fall color.  It is native to the Atlantic coastal region from L...


Quercus suber
Common Name: Cork Oak

Cork Oak is a spreading medium size tree with dull evergreen leaves about 2 inches long and with slight marginal serrations. It is native to the Mediterranean region where it's bark is harvested as the source of commercial cork in Spain and Portug...


Quercus virginiana
Common Name: Live Oak

Live Oak is a magnificent broadspreading, massive, and long-lived evergreen tree that is beloved and well-known in the southern U.S. where it is native from Virginia to Texas.  This iconic oak is the state tree of Georgia.  Live Oak...

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