North America Oaks at Chevithorne Barton

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Quercus texana #012.1990A

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Quercus nuttallii
Common Name(s): Nuttall's oak
Natural Range: SE USA
A deciduous tree to 25 m or more in the wild, where it grows in moist, low lying river valleys. It is close to Q. palustris, differing in usually larg...

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Quercus texana #022.1990A

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Quercus nuttallii
Common Name(s): Nuttall's oak
Natural Range: SE USA
A deciduous tree to 25 m or more in the wild, where it grows in moist, low lying river valleys. It is close to Q. palustris, differing in usually larg...

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Quercus texana #012.1990B

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Quercus nuttallii
Common Name(s): Nuttall's oak
Natural Range: SE USA
A deciduous tree to 25 m or more in the wild, where it grows in moist, low lying river valleys. It is close to Q. palustris, differing in usually larg...

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Quercus texana #022.1990B

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Quercus nuttallii
Common Name(s): Nuttall's oak
Natural Range: SE USA
A deciduous tree to 25 m or more in the wild, where it grows in moist, low lying river valleys. It is close to Q. palustris, differing in usually larg...

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Quercus tomentella #071.2008A

Group: section Protobalanus (the intermediate or golden oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Island live oak
Natural Range: Mex (Guadalupe Isle), USA (Calif incl. Channel Isles)
A large tree proving faster growing than Q. chrysolepis with rigid glossy green leaves to 12 x 7 cm with deeply impressed veins ending in small teeth,...

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Quercus tomentella #030.2012A

Group: section Protobalanus (the intermediate or golden oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Island live oak
Natural Range: Mex (Guadalupe Isle), USA (Calif incl. Channel Isles)
A large tree proving faster growing than Q. chrysolepis with rigid glossy green leaves to 12 x 7 cm with deeply impressed veins ending in small teeth,...

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Quercus ×tottenii #064.2012A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: USA (N Carolina)

Quercus turbinella #158.2015A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Sonoran scrub oak
Natural Range: NW Mex, SW USA

Quercus turbinella #158.2015B

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Sonoran scrub oak
Natural Range: NW Mex, SW USA

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Quercus vacciniifolia #054.2003A

Group: section Protobalanus (the intermediate or golden oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Quercus chrysolepis var. vacciniifolia
Common Name(s): Huckleberry oak
Natural Range: USA (Calif, W Nevada, SW Oregon)
This is a small shrub with leaves to 3.5 cm long that lack the golden hairs found on the underside in Q. chrysolepis. It grows on rocky slopes and in ...

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Quercus vaseyana #001.1999A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: N Mex, USA (Tex)

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Quercus velutina #023.1992A

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Black oak
Natural Range: E North America
A fast-growing, large deciduous tree often found on dry and sandy soils, growing to 25 or 30 m tall, with stout shoots that are smooth, or nearly so, ...