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Southern Red Oak Tree
Southern Red Oak Tree

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The Southern Red Oak tree, Quercus falcata, is commonly called the, 'Spanish Oak' tree, that grows as a native American tree from New York southwards to Florida and westwards to Texas.  The Southern Red Oak trees are drought resistant and are an excellent choice to plant as a shade tree which at maturity will grow to about 80 feet tall.  The leaves are large, growing up to 9-10 inches long and distinctively shaped with a sharp point on the end.  In the fall the leaves turn into a beautiful bronze glowing spectacle.  The abundant acorns are vigorously sought after by wildlife animals during the fall and winter and eaten by birds, squirrels and possums as a special and important wildlife food plot source.

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