Red Oak (Quercus Rubra)

Location: 141 Blackman Rd.
Caretakers: David Bozarth
Estimated Age:
Height: 95'
Trunk Circumference: 8' 8"
Longest Limb:
Crown Spread:
Total Points:  206

The Red Oak leaf is large, smooth, rather thin, its oval broken by triangle sinuses and forward-aiming lobes that end in bristly points.  The Red Oak grows rapidly, like the Pin Oak, and is a great favorite in parks.

from Little Nature Library "Trees Worth Knowing", 1925

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