This is a list of official symbols of the U.S. state of New Jersey. Official symbols of
New Jersey ... (Quercus borealis maxima) (syn. Quercus rubra). State memorial
tree, Dogwood (Cornus Florida). ...
New Jersey designated the red oak (Quercus borealis maxima) as the official
state tree in 1950.
The official state tree is the red oak, Quercus borealis maxima. The red oak was
authorized by a joint resolution signed by Governor Alfred E. Driscoll June 13, ...
Find details and a picture of the New Jersey state tree, the Northern Red Oak
commonly called northern red oak or champion oak.
New Jersey State Tree - Northern Red Oak - Quercus rubra. Northern Red Oak
Fagaceae Quercus rubra. Leaf: Alternate, simple, 5 to 8 inches long, oblong in ...
Official Symbols of the State of New Jersey. NJ Home Page. Great Seal The
Great Seal of the State of New Jersey. State Flag New Jersey State Flag. Violet ...
Pierre Eugene du Simitiere created New Jersey's State Seal in 1777. It contains
... The red oak is a hardwood tree that has pointy-lobed leaves with prickly tips.
mouse over any of the state symbols for a detailed description: STATE FLOWER
Purple Violet. STATE TALL SHIP Meerwald. STATE .... STATE TREE Red Oak.
Mar 17, 2009 ... He first encountered the Cadwalader oak in 2003 at the New Jersey State Tree
Climbing Championship—an event he's won every year for the ...