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Quercus macrocarpa (Bur oak)

Other names: Burr oak, Mossy cup oak, Mossy-cupped white oak

Q. macrocarpa is a slow-growing, spreading, deciduous tree with ridged, dark brown bark and oblong to ovate, glossy, dark green leaves with deep, irregular lobes, white-hairy beneath. Catkins of insignificant, yellow-green flowers in spring are followed by ovoid acorns with large, fringed cups.
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Ultimate spread 10m
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Ultimate height 15m
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Time to ultimate size 50-100 years
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Quercus mongolica (Mongolian oak)

Q. mongolica is a spreading, deciduous tree with rough, black-brown bark and oblong to ovate, dark green leaves with rounded lobes. Catkins of insignificant, yellow-green or dull red flowers in late spring and early summer are followed by ovoid, pale brown acorns with scaly, thick caps.
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Ultimate spread 15m
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Ultimate height 20m
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Time to ultimate size 50-100 years
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Quercus palustris (Pin oak)

Other names: Swamp Spanish oak

Q. palustris is a large, vigorous, broadly conical, deciduous tree with pendent lower branches, elliptic, glossy, deeply lobed, mid-green leaves turning scarlet to reddish-brown in autumn. Inconspicuous flowers in spring are followed by spherical, brown fruit in autumn.
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Ultimate spread 12m
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Ultimate height 20m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Quercus pubescens (Downy oak)

Other names: Truffle oak, Nepal oak

Q. pubescens is a spreading, deciduous tree with deeply grooved, grey to black bark and densely hairy shoots bearing oblong to ovate, grey-green leaves, hairy beneath, with rounded lobes ending in pointed teeth. Clusters or catkins of insignificant flowers in spring are followed by ovoid acorns with scaly cups.
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Ultimate spread 15m
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Ultimate height 20m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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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
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Time to ultimate size 50-100 years
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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
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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
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Ultimate height 18m
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Time to ultimate size 50-100 years
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Quercus robur (Common oak)

Other names: Pedunculate oak, Polish oak, Slavonian oak, English oak, Black oak, French oak

Q. robur is a large deciduous tree forming a broad crown of rounded leaves which turn reddish-brown in autumn and inconspicuous yellow-green catkins in spring followed by characteristic acorns.
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Ultimate spread 12m
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Ultimate height 15m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Quercus petraea (Sessile oak)

Other names: Durmast oak, Quercus sessiliflora, Cornish oak

Q. petraea is a large, broad, rounded to spreading, deciduous tree with ridged, grey bark and yellow-stalked, leathery, ovate or oblong, lobed, dark green leaves turning orange-brown in autumn. Insignificant dull yellow flowers in spring are followed by stalkless, oblong to ovoid, brown acorns, borne singly or in clusters in autumn.
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Ultimate spread 20m
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Ultimate height 30m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Quercus cerris (Turkey oak)

Other names: Iron oak, Bitter oak, Manna oak, Mossy-cupped oak, Wainscot oak

Q. cerris is a variable, fast-growing, spreading, deciduous tree with plated, dark grey bark and oblong to lance-shaped, deeply lobed or toothed, dark green leaves, pale green beneath, turning yellow-brown in autumn. Clusters or catkins of inconspicuous, yellow-green flowers in spring are followed by acorns with bristly cups.
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Ultimate spread 25m
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Ultimate height 30m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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