Swamp White Oak
Appearance and hardiness of Oaks vary widely, but all produce acorns preceded by inconspicuous flowers. Single nuts are more or less enclosed in a cuplike cap covered with many closely set scales. In some species, the acorns are edible,with a sweet flavor. Some oaks are widely planted over large areas, while others have a limited rangeQuercus bicolor
Slow to moderate growth to 50–60 ft., rarely taller,with equal or greater spread. Bark of trunk and branches flakes off in scales. Shallowly lobed or scalloped leaves are 3–7 in. long, a little more than half as wide, shiny dark green above, silvery white beneath. Fall color is usually yellow but sometimes orange, fiery red, or purple. Oblong to egg-shaped, 1-in. acorns, enclosed by one-third in rounded cap with hairy scales. Tolerates wet soil; also thrives where soil is well drained.
Slow to moderate growth to 50–60 ft., rarely taller,with equal or greater spread. Bark of trunk ...
Grown as annual in Zones 7–9, 12–24. Native to subarctic regions. Coarsely hairy, blue-gre...
Native to the mountains of central Europe. Grows extremely slowly to 50–70 ft. or taller, 20&ndash