Type: Deciduous tree
Height: 50-75 feet
Spread: 50-75 feet
Native Range: Eastern North America, statewide on north and east facing wooded slopes
Ideal Site Requirements:
Soil: fertile, sandy, finely textured with good drainage
Water: dry to medium
Sunlight needs: full sun
Tolerates: drought, dry soil, air pollution
Landscape use: shade tree, street tree, specimen tree
Brief Description: Medium sized tree with rounded to broad spreading crown, moderate to fast growth rate brownish-red autumn color.
Wildlife Benefits: Acorns are a food source for wildlife.
Possible Problems: Susceptible to oak wilt which is a systemic fungal disease that has no cure. Chlorosis (yellowing of the leaves while the veins remain green) often occurs when soils are not sufficiently acidic.
Stand out Features: Generally a durable and long-lived tree.
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