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Quercus acutissima

Sawtooth Oak

Deciduous tree. Moderate to fast growth to 35–45 ft. (ultimately 50–70 ft.) tall and wide,...

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Quercus agrifolia

Quercus agrifolia

Coast Live Oak

Evergreen tree. Round headed and densely foliaged; grows to 20–70 ft. tall, often with even grea...

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Quercus berberidifolia

Scrub Oak

Semievergreen shrub or tree. Native to California chaparral from 300–5,000-ft. elevation. Dense ...

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Quercus bicolor

Swamp White Oak

Deciduous tree. Slow to moderate growth to 50–60 ft., rarely taller, with equal or greater sprea...

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Quercus chrysolepis

Canyon Live Oak

Handsome, round-headed or somewhat spreading evergreen tree to 20–60 ft. tall and wide. Bark is ...

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Quercus coccinea

Quercus coccinea

Scarlet Oak

This deciduous tree can reach 60–80 ft. tall and 40–60 ft. wide. Pyramidal when young, rou...

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Quercus douglasii

BLUE OAK

This deciduous tree is native to the dry foothills around California’s Central Valley and interi...

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Quercus durata

Leather Oak

This evergreen shrub is native to northern Coast Ranges to San Luis Obispo area and to Sierra Nevada f...

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Quercus emoryi

Emory Oak

This evergreen tree is native from Arizona to Texas and adjacent Mexico. Handsome and rounded, it grow...

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Quercus engelmannii

Engelmann Oak

This evergreen tree is native to Southern California. It has a spreading habit to 40–50 ft. tall...

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Quercus gambellii

Gambell Oak

This deciduous tree or shrub is native to Nevada, Arizona, and east to Colorado and New Mexico. Slow g...

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Quercus garryana

Quercus garryana

Oregon White Oak

Deciduous tree native to California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. Slow to moderate growth...

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