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Quercus oblongifolia



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Botanical Name: Quercus oblongifolia

Common Name: Mexican Blue Oak

Evergreen oak common in open woodlands, foothills, and canyons of the Southwest United States. Deep grayish blue leaves are leathery, and populate a broad and open canopy. Bark is deeply fissured and grayish brown. Inconspicuous flowers are bloom in May, followed by acorns.

USDA Zone: Zones 6 - 9

Sunset Zone: Zones 1 - 9, 16 - 22

Mature Height: 25 - 30 feet

Mature Width: 25 - 30 feet

Light Needs: Full Sun, Filtered Sun, Partial Sun

Water Needs: Low

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