About Black Oak at OSU's Landscape Plants site
Native to central and eastern U.S.
Height can exceed 100’.
Leaves are 5-9” long with 5-7 pointy lobes; shiny dark green above, yellow-green and often downy beneath.
Acorns are longitudinally striated, 1/2-3/4”, and cup covers half.
Bark is furrowed and inner bark is yellow-orange.
Fall color is dull red or orangey-brown.
Very rare in Portland.
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|20||3203 SE Woodstock Blvd|
Private, Reed Campus
This tree is on the Reed College Campus, adjacent to the sidewalk, across the street from 3436 SE Woodstock Blvd.