What Do Oak Tree Leaves Look like?

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There are several different species in the oak tree family. Really there are several hundreds. One example is the Live oak. This has a rubbery leaf the size of you thumb. You can find more information here: http://www.naturehills.com/catalog/Trees/Oak_Trees.aspx
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1. Look at the ends of the lobes on your oak leaves. Two common groups of oaks are red oaks and white oaks. The lobes of red oaks come to a sharp point. The lobes of white oaks are
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Oaks have spirally arranged leaves, with a lobed margin in many species; some
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It depends on the size of the tree and its age, the older it is the more leaves, usually but in the summer the full grown trees would be the fullest.
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They keep their leaves because god created them to be like that and also that is the way they are, They have evolved to keep their leaves some leaves shed off and then new ones grow
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Oak Tree
Kingdom: Plantae Division: Magnoliophyta Class: Magnoliopsida Order: Fagales Family: Fagaceae Genus: Quercus
The mighty, majestic oak has, throughout the centuries, been the subject of story, song and proverb. More than 80 species of this beautiful tree are found in North America. All oaks are deciduous trees with... More »
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