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Quercus austrina (bluff oak, false bastard oak)

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 austrina Quercus austrina bluff oak, false bastard oak Currently unavailable. Check with us on crop status or to place a contract grow order. Large deciduous tree with lobed leaves. Occurs on dry to moist soils.
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Quercus chapmanii (Chapman’s oak)

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 n5 Quercus chapmanii Chapman’s oak Sold out until later this year. Large deciduous tree with attractive bark Found in dry to extremely dry soils.
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Quercus falcata v. falcata (southern red oak, Spanish oak)

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 n6 Quercus falcata v. falcata southern red oak, Spanish oak Unavailable*
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A large, deciduous oak with attractive lobed, deciduous foliage. Found on dry to moist soils.
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Quercus geminata (sand live oak)

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 q1 Quercus geminata sand live oak They are gone! Check with us on the next crop's status. A large, evergreen oak with sturdy branch structure. Occurs on dry to very dry soils and coastal sites.
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Quercus incana (blue jack oak)

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Quercus incana blue jack oak Unavailable*
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Medium-sized deciduous oak with attractive silvery foliage. Found on dry to very dry soils.
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Quercus inopina (scrub oak)

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Quercus inopina scrub oak Unavailable*
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Small evergreen oak with dense foliage. Found in dry to very dry soils.
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Quercus laevis (turkey oak)

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 q3 Quercus laevis turkey oak Unavailable*
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Large deciduous oak with deeply lobed leaves that turn red in the Fall. Occurs on dry to very dry soils.
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Quercus laurifolia (laurel oak)

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 Laurel oak 060313 Quercus laurifolia laurel oak 150 Large, semi-deciduous oak with narrow leaves. Widespread on dry to wet soils.
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Quercus michauxii (oak, white oak, cow oak)

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chestnut oak 040313 Quercus michauxii chestnut oak, white oak, cow oak Sold out until 2018. A large, deciduous oak with largelobed leaves and large acorns attractive to wildlife and livestock. Occurs on moist soils.
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Quercus myrtifolia (myrtle oak)

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 q6 Quercus myrtifolia myrtle oak Sold out until 2018. A small to medium-sized oak with dense foliage. Occurs on dry to very-dry soils.
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Quercus nigra (water oak)

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 nigra Quercus nigra water oak Currently unavailable. contact us to check on crop status. A large, deciduous oak with spatulate leaves and copious acorns. Found on moist soils.
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Quercus shumardii (Shumard oak)

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 q7 Quercus shumardii Shumard oak Currently unavailable. contact us to check on crop status. A large deciduous oak with deeply lobed leaves, attractive Fall color, and large acorns. Occurs on moist soils and floodplains.
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Quercus stellata v. margaretta (sand post oak)

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Quercus stellata v. margaretta sand post oak Currently unavailable. check with us for crop status. A medium to large oak with deeply lobed, deciduous leaves. Found on dry soils.
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Quercus virginiana (live oak)

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q8 Quercus virginiana live oak 800 A large, semi-deciduous oak with a wide crown. Found on wet to dry soils.
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