Quercus alba

The NE American 'White oak' makes a bold specimen in this country, though is unjustifiably rare. Forming a medium sized tree with impressive deeply lobed foliage, expanding with a hint of red on new growth, and then turning to wonderful, deep purple-crimson in autumn. The bark is strikingly rough and loosely ridged. Very hardy.

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