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    Created by Sylvan Holman Jr

     

    Common Name: Coast Live Oak

     

    Botanical Name: Quercus agrifolia

     

    Location:  At the east driveway near the Utility building and

    at the east driveway near the B building. 

     

    Plant Type: Deciduous Tree

     

    Sunset Zones: Zones 7-9, 14-24

     

    Sun Requirements: Full sun

     

    Water Requirements: Moist to dry soil.

     

    Origin: United States

      

    Description: The type of soil it need is clay,loam, or sand with a ph of 4.0 or 8.0, it has smooth dark green bark, grow to about 20-70 feet, and it grows about 24 inches per season, and last but not least it can live about 150 years.

     

    Leaves: dark green holly-like leaves

     

    Flowers: Inconspicuous, has separate male and female flower and it flowers in spring.

     

    Fruit: Acorns

oak bark
oak leaves
View looking north of Revere Middle School farm, pathway, wheat, alfalfa, vineyard in distance
View looking north of Revere Middle School farm, pathway, wheat, alfalfa, vineyard in distance
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