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  BOTANICAL NAME COMMON NAME DESCRIPTION
QUERCUS ACUTISSIMA
QUERCUS ACUTISSIMA Sawtooth Oak Rapid-growing tree with broad, rounded growth habit. The Sawtooth Oak has dark, lustrous green foliage and enjoys sandy soils.
QUERCUS ALBA
QUERCUS ALBA White Oak A long-lived slow-growing shade tree with reliable, long lasting purple-red fall color. Pyramidal habit when young with irregular branching and matures to spreading crowns that are rounded.
QUERCUS BICOLOR
QUERCUS BICOLOR Swamp White Oak Shiny, dark green leaves have a lighter underside, which creates a "bicolor" effect in the breeze. Deeply ridged and furrowed bark provides winter interest. Fine for wet sites.
QUERCUS COCCINEA
QUERCUS COCCINEA Scarlet Oak Excellent, glossy dark green foliage changes to scarlet in Autumn. Loosely pyramidal in shape with upright, spreading branches.
QUERCUS ELLIPSOIDALIS
QUERCUS ELLIPSOIDALIS Northern Pin Oak Broad-oval to rounded in habit, with the lower branches drooping low to the ground. Very closely resembles Q. palustris, but does not hold its leaves through the winter and prefers drier sites. Beautiful orange-red fall color.
QUERCUS IMBRICARIA
QUERCUS IMBRICARIA Shingle Oak Large native tree for lawns, street plantings and parks. Russet-red fall color often persists throughout the winter.
QUERCUS M. URBAN PINNACLE Urban Pinnacle® Oak Narrow and upright with a strong central leader, this cultivar also features attractive glossy foliage that is resistant to both mildew and anthracnose. Smaller acorns than Bur Oak, measuring only 1/2” diameter.
QUERCUS MACROCARPA
QUERCUS MACROCARPA Bur Oak Broad crown and stout trunk with rough, furrowed bark. Slow growing; may reach 15'-20' in 20 years. Adaptable to various soils and tolerant of city conditions.
QUERCUS MUEHLENBERGII
QUERCUS MUEHLENBERGII Chinkapin Oak A medium-sized white Oak with an open, globular crown. Narrow, lanceolate, shiny green leaves have coarse marginal teeth. Make take up to 30 years to produce first crop of small, oval acorns. A low-maintenance, long-lived tree.
QUERCUS P. PACIFIC BRILLIANCE
QUERCUS P. PACIFIC BRILLIANCE Pacific Brilliance Pin Oak Dark green, glossy lobed foliage throughout the season that turns an outstanding red in the fall. The furrowed gray bark and silver branches add an interesting dimension to the landscape. Fast grower.
QUERCUS PALUSTRIS
QUERCUS PALUSTRIS Pin Oak Large, pyramidal tree distinguished by horizontal, layered branches. Dark green foliage turns russett in fall.
QUERCUS PHELLOS
QUERCUS PHELLOS Willow Oak A medium to large, deciduous oak tree of the red oak group, noted for its oak shape, willow-like leaves and relatively fast growth rate. Has an oval to rounded crown and smooth-edged, bristle-tipped, narrow, green leaves. Fruits are rounded acorn cups (to 1/2” long). Dark, irregularly-furrowed trunks develop on mature trees.
QUERCUS R. BI. REGAL PRINCE
QUERCUS R. BI. REGAL PRINCE Regal Prince® Oak Vigorous, upright oval tree that develops a strong central leader. Bold, dark green foliage turns yellow-bronze to red in fall. Good street tree.
QUERCUS R. FAST. KOSTER
QUERCUS R. FAST. KOSTER Cypress Oak Consistent, very narrow to slightly pyramidal crown makes this tree ideal for narrow streets and tight spaces. Prefers sites where roots have room to spread in well drained moist soil. A more narrow and taller growing form of Q. Fastigiata.
QUERCUS R. SKINNY GENES
QUERCUS R. SKINNY GENES Skinny Genes Oak Columnar and fastigiate, it is the narrowest of the English x White Oak hybrids. Glossy, very dark green summer foliage is mildew resistant and gives a clean summer appearance. Turns yellow in autumn. Selected from second-generation seedlings of a sister of Crimson Spire™.
QUERCUS RUBRA RUBRUM
QUERCUS RUBRA RUBRUM Red Oak A vigorous grower with a broad habit. Large dark green leaves turn a spectacular deep red in fall. Withstands urban conditions and dry, compact soils.
QUERCUS SHUMARDII
QUERCUS SHUMARDII Shumard Oak Upright, spreading shade tree which forms an open, broadly-oval canopy. Foliage is lustrous dark green with red fall color. Very tolerant of diverse conditions.
QUERCUS W. KINDRED SPIRIT
QUERCUS W. KINDRED SPIRIT Kindred Spirit® Oak Very narrow-upright form that keeps a uniform width to its top, after thirty years is thirty five feet tall with total spread of six feet. Beautiful dark green leaves have silver undersides and resistant to powdery mildew. More narrow than Regal Prince. Extremely hardy and tough tree, tolerant of dry and moist soils, and resistant to wind and ice damage.
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