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GENUS: QUERCUS

OVERCUP OAK

QUERCUS LYRATA

Quercus lyrata

Protected Series:
Height: 40-50 Feet Tall
Spread: 40-50 Feet Wide
Color: orange fall color
Light: Full Sun
Zone: 5
DECIDUOUS TREE
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Commonly known as the Overcup Oak. It gets its name from the distinctive bur-like acorn cup that typically encloses almost the entire nut. The Overcup oak has a straight trunk and a broad rounded crown. It is a bottomland tree, native to floodplain forests, lowlands and along swamps. Deep green leaves have a fuzzy white underside and turn shades of yellow-brown in fall. Female flowers develop acorns which mature in September to October, but do not begin bearing acorns until 25-30 years old. The bark is shaggy gray and is reminiscent of the white oak.








AVAILABLE SIZE TYPE YARD HEELIN FIELD
QUERCUS LYRATA
2.5 in
2
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0
QUERCUS LYRATA
3.5 in
2
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FIELD TREES AND FIELD SHRUBS that are colored ORANGE need to be dug unless it's a GRSTART. They will need to be put on a dig list - Call us to place a dig order - 614-891-9348

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(GRSTART = Grow-Start - B&B put into a container and is available now)