Back in America, Quercus prinus was better known as mountain or rock oak, after its preferred habitat; tanbark oak after its preferred use; and nowadays, chestnut oak
after the shape of its leaves.
In the top 25, the blue ribbon for crown spread belongs to a co-champion swamp chestnut oak
in Tennessee, which measures an impressive 216 feet.
The other Maryland heavyweights with national standing are a 349-point black mulberry (Morus nigra) in Westminster that bests Besley's old nomination by more than 100 points, and a newly crowned chestnut oak
with a girth of nearly 23 feet.
Related species of white oak also known as chestnut oak
, overcup oak, swamp chestnut oak
, Appalachian oak, northern and southern oak, stave oak and forked-leaf white oak.
Kids six and under: black cherry crab apple red oak white oak grey birch paper birch red horse chestnut green ash catalpa weeping willow stag horn sumac ginkgo hawthorn sugar maple redbud dogwood sweet gum Kids seven to twelve-all of the six and under list, plus these trees: chestnut oak
red mulberry yellowwood purple ash box elder juniper Serbian spruce hemlock slippery elm red maple silver maple Japanese cottonwood hickory honey locust hackberry persimmon pecan
Under an agreement reached by Oglethorpe Power and the GFC, designated wetlands areas are being replanted with red maple, cypress, swamp chestnut oak
and water tupelo trees.
Pumpkin Ash (307 points) and Swamp Chestnut Oak
(435 points): Both of these trees are located in an 80-acre patch of remnant Mississippi River flood plain virgin forest protected in Big Oak Tree State Park in the extreme southeastern corner of Missouri.
ages six and under) Crab Apple Black Cherry Red Oak Ginkgo White Oak Paper Birch Catalpa Redbud Weeping Willow Dogwood Hawthorn Sweet Gum Stag Horn Sumac Grey Birch Red Horse Chestnut Sugar Maple Green Ash (ages seven to twelve add these to the list above) Hemlock Box Elder Cottonwood Red Mulberry Chestnut Oak
Serbian Spruce Purple Ash Slippery Elm Persimmon Juniper Silver Maple Japanese Maple Hickory Yellowwood Pecan Red Maple Hackberry Honeylocust
White oak: American white oak, chestnut oak
, swamp white oak, swamp chestnut oak
, chinkapin oak, post oak, Appalachian oak, northern white oak, southern white oak, overcup oak.
Yellow Wood White Ash Catalpa Box Eider Weeping Willow Stag Horn Sumac Japanese Maple Serbian Spruce Hemlock Red Horse Chestnut Black Cherry Crabapple Red Oak White Oak Chestnut Oak
Ginkgo Hawthorn Silver Maple Hickory Redbud Dogwood Honey Locust Sweetgum Hackberry Slippery Elm London Plane Red Mulberry Grey Birch Paper Birch Juniper
White oak, American white oak, chestnut oak
, swamp chestnut oak
, Appalachian oak
Under seven black cherry crab apple red oak white oak grey birch paper birch red horse chestnut green ash catalpa weeping willow stag horn sumac ginkgo hawthorn sugar maple redbud dogwood sweet gum Over seven All of the under sevens, plus these: chestnut oak
yellowwood purple ash box elder juniper Serbian spruce hemlock slippery elm red maple silver maple Japanese cottonwood hickory honeylocust hackberry persimmon pecan red mulberry
This year's Register will see many new champions, including the smooth blaekhaw and swamp chestnut oak
The tree species that will be planted include Tulip, Chestnut oak
and American elm.
Overstory trees in the uncut plots (D in mixed oak) of the treated sector and in the reference (unmanaged) sector were ~90-100 years old and consisted mainly of red maple (Acer rubrum), white oak (Quercus alba), chestnut oak