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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 sinuata var. brevilobaWhite shin oak
Bigelow oak
Scaly-bark oak
Limestone Durand oak
Shortlobe oak
Bastard oak
Quercus sinuata var. sinuataDurand white oak
Bluff oak
Bastard oak
Quercus stellataPost oak
Iron oak
Cross oak
Quercus tardifoliaLateleaf oak
Quercus texanaNuttall Oak
Texas oak
Quercus toumeyiToumey oak
Quercus turbinellaShrub live oak
Sonoran scrub oak
Scrub oak
Turbinella oak
Turbinella
Encino
Quercus vaseyanaVasey oak
Sandpaper oak
Scrub oak
Shin oak
Quercus velutinaBlack oak
Quercitron oak
Yellow oak
Smoothbark oak
Yellowbark oak
Quercus virginianaCoastal live oak
Southern live oak
Virginia live oak
Live oak
Encino
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