White Oak

Quercus alba

Description

Landscape Characteristics

Mature Size: 100' tall by 48' wide Growth Rate: Slow
Form / Shape: Stocky bole with widespreading rugged crown; broad round crown; dense foliage Drought Tolerance: Medium
Flower / Fruit: Flowers in Spring with leaves; acorns fall in September to October Soil: Well-drained; sandy plains, gravelly ridges; growth is good on all but the dries, shallow soils
Foliage: Fall color - purplish-red to violet-purple; leaf - alternate, simple, oblong to ovate, green to blue-green above & whitish below; 9" long leaf Light: Part sun - full sun; tolerant to shade
Bark:  Whitish or ashy gray; peeling Pruning: To shape
  Uses: Specimen; Shade

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