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Quercus Garryana

Oregon White Oak

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From Oregon Flora, Gardening with Natives:

Oregon white oak is an iconic staple in local forests and landscapes. It has round-lobed leaves and ivory-tinted bark. Mature trees will take the classic stout and spreading oak stance when growing in open spaces, but they can also take on a shrubbier habit in a closed canopy. An amiable host to holiday mistletoe bundles and a pleasure to look at in fall with its gold to copper foliage, this tree is enjoyable throughout the year. This tree grows to height of about 40 to 90 feet.

Willamette Valley
Subspecies or variety
Quercus garryana var. garryana