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White Oak (Quercus alba) is the classic eastern oak, with wide, spreading branches and a rounded crown; the trunk can be irregularly divided into spreading, often horizontal, stout branches. White oak is an imposing, deciduous tree, 80-100 ft. tall, with a straight trunk and a wide (when open-grown) crown. Large, coarse, horizontal limbs are picturesque. Catkins appear just before or with the appearance of new leaves. The round-lobed leaves turn burgundy in fall. Dried leaves remain into winter. Does best on deep well-drained soils, but does well on dry, poor upland sites. Slow growth rate, but may live for hundreds of years.
Uses: White Oak is commonly used for reforestation.