Quercus nigra (Water Oak)
Quercus nigra, commonly known as the Water Oak, is a deciduous tree native to eastern and central North America. It is a medium-sized tree with a broad and rounded canopy, reaching heights of up to 60-80 feet. The Water Oak is known for its strong, durable wood and its ability to adapt to different soil conditions, including poorly drained and wet soils. It has dark green leaves that turn yellow in the fall, and it produces acorns that are a valuable food source for wildlife.
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60-80 feet High and 40-50 feet Spread
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