Chinquapin Oak


This medium deciduous tree has unique saw tooth like leaves that are rich dark green in color and turn fantastic yellow/bronze in the Fall. The Chinquapin Oak is a moderate growing that develops an open rounded crown as it matures. This tree has scaly or “flaky” bark.
This tree is adaptable to a range of soils and exposures, and seldom has trouble with diseases or pests.

Scientific Name

Quercus Muehlenbergii

Interesting Notes

  • Height: 40′-50′
  • Spread: 50′-60′
  • Fall Foliage Color: Yellow to bronze


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