Quercus muehlenbergii (yellow oak)

The species is considered incredibly tough and adaptable. It can grow up to 45 meters high and has a very spreading crown. The foliage is somewhat reminiscent of chestnut leaves, which is why it is also called “Chestnut Oak”.

The distribution area extends from Ontario in Canada across the east and center of the USA to northern and southern Mexico.
The species grows at an altitude of 0 to 2300 meters in species-rich forests on nutrient-rich, moderately dry to fresh, slightly acidic to alkaline soils in sunny to light-shaded locations. The species is thermophilic and mostly frost-hardy. It avoids sandy and clayey soils but is often found in cities.

More information: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gelbe_Eiche

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