1 2 3 ► All images copyright ©. If you wish to use any part or whole of an image in any manner ... 1 2 3 ► All images copyright ©. If you wish to use any part or whole of an image, in any manner, ... FAMILY FAGACEAE Genera PASANIA and QUERCUS Trees of great lumber and horticultural value. Leaves... FAMILY FAGACEAE Genera PASANIA and QUERCUS Trees of great lumber and horticultural value. Leaves... Field-growing Quercus robur / English Oak tree photographed in Norfolk England. Species suitable... Field-growing Quercus robur / English Oak tree, photographed in Norfolk, England. Species suitable... this oak from seed which is now an ILLEGAL form/shape according to the puke face bureaucrats. Our... this oak from seed, which is now an ILLEGAL form/shape according to the puke face bureaucrats. Our... Oak (Quercus Robur ) Click on graphic for larger image Oak (Quercus Robur ) Click on graphic for larger image Quercus macrocarpa BUR OAK Z2b/16m ‡ Hardier form of White Oak. Perhaps the largest of the... Quercus macrocarpa BUR OAK Z2b/16m ‡ Hardier form of White Oak. Perhaps the largest of the... Quercus lobata -Valley Oak The largest of the California oaks Quercus lobata eventually forms a... Quercus lobata -Valley Oak The largest of the California oaks, Quercus lobata eventually forms a... 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33... 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33... flowers--the male flowers are grouped into the catkins you see hanging down from the young branch... flowers--the male flowers are grouped into the catkins you see hanging down from the young branch,... OAK Quercus OAK Quercus English Oak (Quercus robur ) Click on graphic for larger image English Oak (Quercus robur ) Click on graphic for larger image Scarlet Oak click to enlarge An outstanding oak tree especially for the autumn / fall brilliant red... Scarlet Oak, click to enlarge An outstanding oak tree especially for the autumn / fall brilliant red... Holly Oak (Quercus ilex LINN.) Click on graphic for larger image Holly Oak (Quercus ilex LINN.) Click on graphic for larger image There are about 900 species in this family worldwide about 65 trees and 10 shrubs of which are... There are about 900 species in this family worldwide, about 65 trees and 10 shrubs of which are... Young Bur Oak from acorn is 36 years old. Young Bur Oak, from acorn, is 36 years old. Plant Type Plant Type Sugar Maple Acer saccharum Sugar Maple Acer saccharum click pic to enlarge You will see live oaks all over the state. They can reach 60 feet in height and... click pic to enlarge You will see live oaks all over the state. They can reach 60 feet in height and... ABH : 66.007 Status : Common Family Name : Lasiocampidae Sub Family Name : Lasiocampinae Forewing :... ABH : 66.007 Status : Common Family Name : Lasiocampidae Sub Family Name : Lasiocampinae Forewing :... Major Oak click to enlarge Possibly the most famous tree in England the Major Oak is thought to be... Major Oak, click to enlarge Possibly the most famous tree in England, the Major Oak is thought to be... Bur Oak is a slow-growing bottom-land species relatively intolerant of flooding. The tallest bur... Bur Oak is a slow-growing bottom-land species relatively intolerant of flooding. The tallest bur... European Turkey Oak (Quercus cerris ) LINN. Click on graphic for larger image European Turkey Oak (Quercus cerris ) LINN. Click on graphic for larger image Sessile Oak Quercus petraea Sessile Oak Quercus petraea Shumard Oak Quercus Shumardii Shumard Oak Shumard Oak Quercus Shumardii Shumard Oak Conservation Status: NatureServe lists Quercus prinoides as Critically Imperiled in Delaware... Conservation Status: NatureServe lists Quercus prinoides as Critically Imperiled in Delaware,... habit--post oaks have a single stout trunk but rarely reach more than 25-30 feet in height habit--post oaks have a single stout trunk but rarely reach more than 25-30 feet in height Family - Fagaceae Stems - No info yet. Family - Fagaceae Stems - No info yet. remember--shaggy bark!! remember--shaggy bark!! Frequent in woods and scrub. More upland than Common Oak preferring more acid soils. Tree to 30 m... Frequent in woods and scrub. More upland than Common Oak, preferring more acid soils. Tree to 30 m...
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