willow oak

NOUN
  1. medium to large deciduous oak of the eastern United States having long lanceolate leaves and soft strong wood
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How To Use willow oak In A Sentence

  • Water oak, willow oak, sweetgum, blackgum and cypress occur in wet areas. Ecoregions of Alabama and Georgia (EPA)
  • Johnson helped shovel a final layer of soil around a newly planted willow oak.
  • Evidence from the limited remaining forests indicates that original vegetation was primarily species typical of higher bottomlands such as Nuttall oak, willow oak, swamp chestnut oak, sugarberry and green ash. Ecoregions of the Mississippi Alluvial Plain (EPA)
  • The few remaining forests are dominated by species typical of higher bottomlands such as Nuttall oak, willow oak, swamp chestnut oak, sugarberry, and green ash. Ecoregions of Arkansas (EPA)
  • On steep slopes, along streams and other areas where fire was less frequent, forests contained loblolly pine, sweetgum, white oak, southern red oak, willow oak, blackgum, and hollies. Ecoregions of Louisiana (EPA)
  • Today, my client was confused about Pin Oak and Willow Oak; Quercus palustris, and Quercus phellos, quite different trees. Zantedeschia elliottiana - The Panda's Thumb
  • The upland pine community was mostly longleaf pine along with sweetgum, white oak, southern red oak, willow oak, blackgum, and hollies. Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)
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