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( Laurel Oak )
|Quercus imbricaria is a slow to medium fast growing oak, reaching 50 to 60 feet high, similar or larger spread. Mature trees are open, broad, and rounded. Leave are simple, oblong or lanceolate, not lobed. New foliage is red, summer leaves are dark green, fall colors are yellow-brown to reddish, with some leaves persisting on the tree through winter. Fruit is a small acorn. Prefers moist, well drained, acidic soil and full sun. Can be safely selected in the midwest. Good tree for street and park uses. Can be subject to various diseases, but is hardy and long-lived. Native from Pennsylvania to Georgia, west to Nebraska.
Important Info : Large tree, reaching 60 feet tall.
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