Quercus rubra (Northern Red Oak)
The Quercus rubra, commonly known as the Northern Red Oak, is a tall deciduous tree native to North America. It has a broad, rounded crown and its leaves turn a stunning red color in the fall. The bark is dark gray and develops deep furrows as the tree matures. This tree is highly valued for its timber and is often planted as an ornamental tree in parks and large landscapes.
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60-75 feet High and 45-50 feet Spread
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