FAMILIAR TREES OF SOUTH CAROLINA CLEMSON EXTENSION BUL 117

Black Oak
Quercus velutina
The leaves of the black oak are many shapes, mostly fuzzy on the underside with conspicuous brown hairs in the forks of the veins. The bitter acorns are a source of food for many animals. It is often crowded out of better sites because it can't stand competition.

Natural distribution in South Carolina


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