Quercus michauxii (Cow/Swamp Chestnut Oak)
Quercus michauxii, commonly known as Cow/Swamp Chestnut Oak, is a large deciduous tree native to the eastern United States. This tree typically grows 40-80 feet tall and has a rounded crown. It features attractive, glossy, dark green leaves that turn yellow-orange in the fall. The Cow/Swamp Chestnut Oak is named for its large acorns, which are an important food source for wildlife.
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40-80' High and Varies Spread
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