Quercus palustris

Similar, but more elegant than Q. coccinea, with smaller, very deeply lobed leaves and drooping branch tips. Most often has the same superb scarlet autumn colour as that species. Makes a fast growing large tree eventually, but not for thin alkaline soils.

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