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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 nigraWater oak
Possum oak
Duck oak
Punk oak
Spotted oak
Quercus oblongifoliaMexican blue oak
Blue oak
Quercus pagodaCherrybark oak
Quercus phellosWillow oak
Swamp willow oak
Pin oak
Peach oak
Quercus polymorphaMexican White Oak
Netleaf White Oak
Monterrey Oak
Quercus pungensPungent oak
Vasey oak
Sandpaper oak
Scrub oak
Shin oak
Scrub live oak
Encino
Quercus robustaRobust oak
Quercus rugosaNetleaf oak
Quercus shumardiiShumard oak
Shumard's oak
Shumard red oak
Southern red oak
Swamp red oak
Spotted oak
Quercus similisBottomland post oak
Delta post oak
Mississippi valley oak
Yellow oak
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