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The Water Oak tree Quercus nigra is also known as a spotted oak or possum oak. Water Oak trees are a conical to round-topped tree. It is a popular tree in the South as a shade and street tree. This deciduous tree is fast growing and it starts produci.
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The Bur Oak tree Quercus macrocarpa is a long-lived majestic oak tree. It is also called the Burr Oak. The Bur Oak is a tall fairly slow-growing long-lived tree highly desirable for windbreaks shelterbelts and ornamental use. It has an impressive crown with a massive trunk which makes it a picturesque specimen. Bur Oak trees adapt to various soils where other oaks may fail. This deciduous tree is tolerant to urban conditions. Autumn colors are yellow-green yellow and yellow brown. The tree will bear acorns in the nursery in ten years.

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The Paw Paw tree Asimina triloba is a multi-stemmed shrub or small tree with short trunk and rounded top that presents a semi-tropical appearance. PawPaw trees average about 15 in height at maturity. It prospers in moist soils and when placed at the edge of a wooded area as an understory tree. It is recognized by its sleepy summer foliage and nodding bright purple flowers in the spring. The unusual 3-lobed flowers are followed by a black edible berry with a taste similar to banana-pear with a custard consistency. This deciduous trees is growing in popularity largely because of the edible fruit it produces. These highly nutritous oval fruits get 2 to 5 inches long and turn yellow-orange when ripe. The fruit is an excellent source of vitamins A and C. Two trees are necessary for pollination reasons. Fall color is a brilliant yellow.

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The White Ash tree Fraxinus Americana is a handsome native tree. It develops an open and rather round topped crown in its old age. This is the largest of the ash trees in North America. Mature trunks can reach almost 6 feet in diameter. This deciduous tree has firm gray bark with diamond-shaped furrows and interlacing ridges. The tree grows in the rich moist well-drained soil of bottomlands and other soil types on not-so-dry slopes. The size and value of White Ash trees makes this one of the primary commercial hardwoods in the United States. The wood is hard strong elastic and very useful. Several kinds of birds eat the fruit. The foliage is dark green in the summer and turns to yellow or maroon in the fall. It is tall stately and long lived.

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The White Oak tree Quercus alba is a great majestic long-lived tree that will last for generations. It is an excellent wildlife source of food mass in the form of acorns. This deciduous shade tree has moderate water requirements and has a moderate tolerance to salt and alkali soils. Does best on deep moist well-drained acid soils. This tree grows at a moderate pace. The White Oak is pyramidal in youth and then develops broad crown with age. The dense foliage is bluish-green to reddish-brown in fall. The White Oak is the tree from which the phrase The Mighty Oak was coined. It is an excellent specimen tree needing plenty of room to mature properly. Advantages of the White Oak are that they are easily transplanted when young and they have a high resistance to ice breakage and oak wilt. They require very little maintenance.

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The Willow Oak tree Quercus phellos is one of the most popular trees for streets parks estates and residential properties. This shade tree is also grown as far north as Cape Cod with reasonable success. A beautiful specimen oak the Willow Oak is a relatively fast growing species about 2 a year. Willow Oak trees have moderate water requirements and a moderate tolerance to salt and alkali soils. This deciduous trees fall color is yellow to yellow-brown. The Willow Oak is a good street tree because it is tolerant of heat drought air pollution and standing water. Acorns are a good food source for birds and squirrels. The small leaves are easy to clean up in the fall.

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The Texas Red Oak Quercus buckleyi is also known as Spanish Oak Spotted Oak Red Oak and Rock Oak. This medium sized tree may achieve a height of 30 feet or more and an equal spread. The Texas Red Oak develops a rather typical shape and form for the species with a dense rounded canopy. The Texas red oak may also be found as a multi-trunked specimen in the wild. They are moderately fast growing for a hard wood tree. The bark is thick with scaly ridges separated by deep dark fissures.

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