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Quercus alba

Photo by Christopher Todd Glenn.

White Oak

White Oak is a large imposing deciduous tree reaching 50 to 80 feet with a broad rounded crown. It is a long-lived, slow-growing oak. Many venerable specimens exist. The leaves with rounded lobes turn russet-red in fall and are widely recognized as the logo for The Nature Conservancy. The flaky bark is light gray-brown. This common oak is widespread in eastern North America and is an important timber tree and wildlife food plant. Use where there is fertile, well-drained soil and ample space for a large tree.

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Height
60-80 Feet

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Spread
60-80 Feet

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USDA Hardiness Zone 3-9

Characteristics & Attributes

Attributes
Deciduous
Growth Rate in the Garden
Slow
Soil Properties
Well-drained
Sun Requirements
Full Sun