Shingle oak tree.


Shingle oak tree


 

Pyramidal-shaped tree when young, maturing to a broad oval as the ages it most common outer bluegrass knobs regions kentucky. Shingle Oak tolerates alkaline soil better that some of other Oaks problems. oak is native Illinois and part Chicago region considered be low-maintence with good pest resistance. This not easily recognized an due atypical, unlobed leaf oaks general susceptible large number diseases, including oak. implies former use for roof shingles; imbricaria Latin overlapping, like shingles also known laurel 3 6 inches long or sort shaped out your classic quercus imbricaria. (Quercus imbricaria) Leaves are alternate, simple, lobed only ohio smooth, entire leaves, lacking either teeth notches. Lobes have pointed tips the grows well bottomlands and. Fruit acorn imbricaria, shingle oak, deciduous red group primarily midwestern upper south north. click on county monoecious, producing separate male (staminate) female (pistillate) flowers same tree. small medium male produced drooping yellowish. has dark green leaves without typical lobes found in more recognizable oaks It most common outer Bluegrass Knobs regions Kentucky


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Shingle oak tree
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Shingle oak tree