Red Oak (Quercus Borealis)

Location: 113 Leap Street
Caretakers: Georgetta and Robert Richars
Estimated Age:
Height: 50'
Trunk Circumference: 131"
Longest Limb:
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One of the most popular of all oaks for ornamental planting. It transplants easily and grows vigorously.  It withstands city habitats, is clean in habit and makes one of the best street or avenue trees. Most rapid growing of all the oaks.
from " Trees for American Gardens"

The Old Church Oak








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