Texas Red tree oak

By:Anthony Kuzibaev

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Rate moderate Texas Red Oak is a medium to small tree, rarely growing over 75 feet, but usually 30 to 50 feet, with spreading branches. It is found on alkaline limestone and neutral to slightly acid gravels and sands of north central and central Texas west to the Pecos River.

Red Tree Comments

There is a close relationship between Texas Red Oak and Shumard Oak. This has caused many botanical classification problems. The two trees may be listed as two separate species in some manuals, while list Texas Red Oak as a variety of Shummard Oak.

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