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( Southern Red Oak )
|Quercus falcata is a common oak in the southern U.S. The growth habit is open and rounded, reaching 70 to 80 feet. Leaves have the typical oak-leaf shape, are green in summer, usually brown in the fall with a little red. Leaves also have white or gray hair underneath. Acorns are 1/2 inch wide, borne in pairs or single, striated dark brown with light brown, pattern. These native oaks do well in the poor, dry soils of the Piedmont. Native from New Jersey to Florida, west to Texas.
Important Info : Large tree, reaching 80 feet tall. Prefers acidic soil.
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