Quercus Bicolor




Also known as Swamp White Oak, as the name suggests, this oak is found growing wild in low-lying and swampy areas — often moist bottomlands or river banks. However it grows just as well in an urban or suburban setting, with tolerance to compacted soil and even drought.

The swamp white oak is a great choice for a shade or street tree, with the ability to grow at a moderate pace and live more than 300 years. It’s the kind of tree you plant for not only your enjoyment but for the benefit of generations to come.

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