Quercus acerifolia (Maple-leaved oak)

Quercus acerifolia is one of the very rare oak species and is critically endangered in its native Arkansas (USA). It belongs to the group of red oaks. The tree grows 5 to 10 meters high, rarely 15.

The leaves take on a fireplace red color in the fall, gorgeous to look at. It likes sunny exposed sites. Quercus acerifolia is hardy and at the same time climate warming resistant. It prefers dry and calcareous soils.

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quercus_acerifolia.

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