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Texas Arboretum: Oak Collection

By the numbers. Did you know that in the state of Texas you will find 53 different oak species which is 74% of all oak species in the United States?

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Quercus incanaBluejack oak
Sandjack oak
Upland willow oak
Cinnamon oak
Shin oak
Turkey oak
Quercus intricataDwarf oak
Quercus laceyiLacey oak
Texas blue oak
Canyon oak
Smoky oak
Rock oak
Quercus laurifoliaLaurel oak
Swamp laurel oak
Darlington oak
Diamond-leaf oak
Laurel-leaf oak
Water oak
Obtuse oak
Quercus lyrataOvercup oak
Swamp post oak
Water white oak
Swamp white oak
Quercus macrocarpaBur oak
Burr oak
Savannah oak
Overcup oak
Prairie oak
Mossy-cup oak
Mossy-overcup oak
Blue oak
Quercus marilandicaBlackjack oak
Barren oak
Black oak
Jack oak
Quercus margarettaeRunner oak
Drummond post oak
Sand post oak dwarf post oak
scrubby post oak
post oak
Quercus michauxiiSwamp chestnut oak
Basket oak
Cow oak
Quercus mohrianaMohr oak
Shin oak
Scrub oak
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