Willow Oak|Quercus phellos

It is distinguished from most other oaks by its leaves, which are shaped like willow leaves. They are bright green above, paler beneath, usually hairless but sometimes downy beneath. Willow oaks can grow moderately fast and tend to be conic to oblong when young, rounding out and gaining girth at maturity.

Mature Size: 40-60′ H 20-30′ W

Zone 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, or 1

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Armstrong Maple|Acer rubrum

October Glory Maple|Acer rubrum

Additional Maple

Redpointe® Red Maple|Acer rubrum

Redbud|Cercis canadensis
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