willow oak


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willow oak

n.
An oak tree (Quercus phellos) of the eastern and central United States, having long, narrow leaves similar to those of willows.
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Noun1.willow oak - medium to large deciduous oak of the eastern United States having long lanceolate leaves and soft strong woodwillow oak - medium to large deciduous oak of the eastern United States having long lanceolate leaves and soft strong wood
oak tree, oak - a deciduous tree of the genus Quercus; has acorns and lobed leaves; "great oaks grow from little acorns"
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They found about 81 willow oak sprouts under a foot tall per acre, but only about eight over three feet per acre.
To celebrate, a 25th anniversary coffee, Willow Oak Estate and limited edition mug is now available exclusively through the five licensed Charlotte stores.
There was no way you could miss the laurel oak, willow oak and swamp bay that towered over their owners' houses or the impressive girth of the yellow-poplar estimated to be 500-600 years old.
Willow Oak (Quercus phellos): rapid growth, long life, good shade tree, easily transplanted, used widely in urban areas.
As an example, a mature willow oak on a site with good soil conditions in a residential area is worth $24,300 compared to a newly planted one at $840.
The most dramatic natural landscape features, though, are the ones that have been here the longest--the towering willow oak trees that drape over the pool's infinity edge.
Survival and growth of Nuttall oak (Quercus nuttallii Palmer), willow oak (Q.
it is a willow oak, Quercus phellos, but I will keep calling it
A The fast-growing trees for your area include varieties such as bald cypress, lacebark elm, tulip tree and willow oak.
While resting beneath their favorite old willow oak, new homeowners in Charlotte, North Carolina, might want to raise their glasses of iced tea to toast Sierra Club activist Rick Roti.
Mark square 7G, south of the East Garden, where Ronald Reagan planted a Willow Oak in 1984.
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