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Trees

QUERCUS prinus
Common Name: Oak, Chestnut

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Plant Type: Trees
Zone: 4 Foliage: Green
Height: 40-60' Fall Foliage: Red/Yellow
Width / Spread: 40-60' Flower: Not Showy
Habit: Rounded Flower Season:
Sun Requirements: Full Fruit: Acorn
Uses: Creates Shade
Attracts Wildlife

Tolerance: Drought Tolerant
Native

Description:
Large, glossy, oval leaves have coarsely serrated margins, similar to those of an American chestnut. Deeply furrowed bark is among the most interesting of all the oaks. Commonly found on rocky ridges with poor soil throughout the eastern US. Produces large, sweet acorns which are loved by wildlife. Fall color ranges from yellow to red. NATIVE.

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