Southern Red Oak

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The Southern Red Oak (often referred to as Spanish Oak) is a moderate to fast growing deciduous shade tree whose mature height ranges from 60-80′. It can be found natively growing across much of the eastern and midwestern regions of the U.S. Most commonly found on dry or sandy upland sites from southern New York (Long Island) south to central Florida and west to southern Missouri and eastern Texas. It is highly adaptable to poor soil conditions and is drought tolerant. Acorns are smallish (averaging 1/2 inch), but they are high in fat and plentiful.

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Quercus falcata
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The Southern Red Oak (often referred to as Spanish Oak) is a moderate to fast-growing deciduous shade tree whose mature height ranges from 60-80'. It can be found natively growing across much of the eastern and midwestern regions of the United States. It's most commonly found on dry or sandy upland sites from southern New York (Long Island) south to central Florida and west to southern Missouri and eastern Texas. It is highly adaptable to poor soil conditions and is drought tolerant. Acorns are smallish (averaging 1/2 inch), but they are high in fat and plentiful.
Common Name Southern Red Oak
Scientific Name Quercus falcata
Wildlife Value Cover, Acorns, Fruit
Size 5G
Height 5-6'

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Vegetation Zone 6-9 Green
USA Zone 6 - 9

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