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Nuttall Oak, click to enlarge
The Nuttall Oak is native to North America and is rarely found elsewhere
except in tree collections.
Nuttall Oak (quercus
Popular in North America because its leaves turn a
deep red colour in autumn / fall. The Nuttall Oak grows to a maximum
height of 35m (115ft) and is a deciduous oak tree.
The leaves are recognisably those of an oak
but the lobes are more angular. They are a dull green colour.
The bark is less well marked compared to many oaks. It tends to
have raised rings running round the trunk.
The immature leaves are a much lighter green and they have distinct red
veins. Click the left hand picture to see more clearly.
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