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Plant Name:

Northern Red Oak

Scientific Name:

Quercus rubra


Northern Red Oak is a large deciduous tree with a broad, spreading canopy and deeply lobed leaves.


Various forest types, well-drained soils


Provides habitat and food for a wide range of wildlife, including birds, mammals, and insects.

Growing Conditions:

Northern Red Oak thrives in well-drained soil and full sun.


Northern Red Oak is highly valued for its lumber and is commonly used in construction and furniture-making.

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Fun Facts:

Northern Red Oak is the state tree of New Jersey, Ohio, and Iowa. It is known for its vibrant fall foliage and acorns, which provide food for wildlife.

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