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Quercus wislizenii (Interior live oak)

Other names: Highland live oak, Sierra live oak, Quercus wislizeni

Q. wislizenii is a spreading, variable, borderline hardy, evergreen shrub or small tree with broadly elliptic to broadly lance-shaped, spiny-toothed or smooth, glossy, dark green leaves and oblong to ellipsoid, green acorns ripening brown.
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Ultimate spread 12m
max. spread
Ultimate height 20m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 50-100 years
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Quercus prinus (Chestnut oak)

Other names: Rock oak, Basket oak, Rock chestnut oak, Tanbark oak, American white oak, American chestnut oak, White oak, Quercus pumila, Quercus montana

Q. prinus is a large, rounded to oval, deciduous tree with oblong to ovate, coarsely-toothed, glossy, dark green leaves and pendent clusters of yellow-green flower catkins in spring followed by ovoid, dark brown fruit.
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Ultimate spread 18m
max. spread
Ultimate height 18m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 50-100 years
to maturity
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Quercus falcata (Southern red oak)

Other names: American red oak, Red oak, Spanish oak, Swamp red oak

Q. falcata is a rounded to spreading, deciduous tree with fissured, grey-brown bark and variable, dark green leaves, white-hairy beneath, with three to nine curved, bristle-tipped lobes. Insignificant flowers in spring are followed by spherical acorns in autumn.
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Ultimate spread 12m
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Ultimate height 15m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 50-100 years
to maturity
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Quercus alba (American white oak)

Other names: White oak

Q. alba is a spreading, deciduous tree with exfoliating, pale grey to brown bark and oblong or elliptic, deeply lobed, dark green leaves, pink-flushed when young and turning reddish-purple in autumn. Insignificant flowers are followed by oblong to ovoid acorns.
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Ultimate spread 25m
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Ultimate height 25m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 50-100 years
to maturity
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Quercus engelmannii (Mesa oak)

Other names: Mesa live oak, Engelman oak, Pasadena oak

Q. engelmannii is a borderline hardy, spreading, deciduous to semi-evergreen tree with thick, leathery, oval to oblong, dull blue-green leaves and insignificant, pale yellow flowers in spring followed by ovoid to cylindrical, round-tipped acorns, half-enclosed with a warty cap.
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Ultimate spread 30m
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Ultimate height 15m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 50-100 years
to maturity
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Quercus prinoides (Dwarf chinkapin oak)

Other names: Dwarf chinquapin oak, Dwarf chestnut oak, Scrub chestnut oak

Q. prinoides is a spreading, deciduous shrub or small tree with leathery, oblong to lance-shaped, toothed or shallowly lobed, glossy, dark green leaves, pale green beneath. Solitary or paired, oblong to ovoid, green acorns, with a cup enclosing about half, ripen dark brown in autumn.
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Ultimate spread 6m
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Ultimate height 6m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 50-100 years
to maturity
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Quercus lobata (Valley oak)

Other names: Sacramento white oak, Californian oak, California white oak, Roble

Q. lobata is a spreading, deciduous tree with deeply furrowed, grey to brown bark, oblong to ovate, velvety, dark green leaves divided into eleven rounded lobes, and ovoid, sweet, edible, dark brown acorns.
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Ultimate spread 15m
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Ultimate height 25m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 50-100 years
to maturity
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Quercus virginiana (Southern live oak)

Other names: Virginia live oak, Bay live oak, Scrub live oak, Plateau oak, Plateau live oak, Escarpment live oak, Encino, Coastal live oak

Q. virginiana is a tender, variable, spreading, semi-evergreen tree with stiff, leathery, glossy, elliptic to narrowly ovate, dark green leaves and catkins of green flowers followed by small, oblong, glossy, dark brown fruit.
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Ultimate spread 25m
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Ultimate height 20m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 50-100 years
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Quercus palustris 'Green Pillar' (Pin oak 'Green Pillar')

Other names: Swamp oak 'Green Pillar', Quercus palustris 'Pringreen'

'Green Pillar' is an upright, narrowly columnar, deciduous tree with glossy, mid- to dark green leaves divided into five, bristle-tipped lobes, the entire leaf turning scarlet to deep red in autumn. Insignificant catkins of tiny, green flowers in spring are followed by ovoid, brown fruit.
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Ultimate spread 5m
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Ultimate height 20m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 50 years
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Quercus robur Fastigiata Group (Common oak Fastigiata Group)

Other names: Pedunculate oak Fastigiata Group, Polish oak Fastigiata Group, English oak Fastigiata Group, Black oak Fastigiata Group, French oak Fastigiata Group, Quercus robur f. fastigiata

Fastigiata Group are large, upright, deciduous trees bearing ovate to oblong, dark green leaves with rounded lobes and inconspicuous yellow-green catkins in spring followed by ovoid acorns.
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Ultimate spread 15m
max. spread
Ultimate height 15m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
to maturity
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