Quercus stellata /Post Oak
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Catkins (male flowers) on almost every branch
Close-up of the pollen bearing catkins
Much pollen produced by a single oak tree
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Determine Your Zone
over 50 feet
15 - 20 feet
Well drained, Moist, Dry
Rate of Growth:
Susceptible to insects
A highly variable tree in size and form of the white oak group that is characterized by stout, gnarled branches. It has a heavy, dense canopy of coarse-textured foliage. Will grow in dry landscapes and produces acorns for wildlife food.
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