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Trees

QUERCUS macrocarpa
Common Name: Oak, Bur

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Plant Type: Trees
Zone: 3 Foliage: Dark Green
Height: 60' + Fall Foliage: Brown
Width / Spread: 60' + Flower: Not Showy
Habit: Broad Flower Season:
Sun Requirements: Full Fruit: Acorn
Uses: Creates Shade
Attracts Wildlife
Specimen
Tolerance: Drought Tolerant
Urban Tolerant
Native

Description:
Narrow in youth, becoming massive and broad with age. The largest acorns produced among our native oaks have a large, fuzzy cap covering most of the nut. Young stems have corky ridges giving a unique silhouette in winter. Tolerant of nearly any soil moisture conditions, and the best oak for handling urban conditions.

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