Chisos Oak, Quercus graciliformis, bark
Chisos Oak, Quercus graciliformis, branching trunk
Chisos Oak, Quercus graciliformis, young tree
Chisos Oak, Quercus graciliformis, leaves
Quercus graciliformis C.H. Mull., Chisos Oak
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Old Live Oak, Quercus virginiana, towers above and is laden with spanish moss
Younger Quercus graciliformis,
Chisos Oaks, have smooth bark.
Fort Worth Botanical Gardens,
Tarrant Co., Texas
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As it matures, Chisos Oak bark
begins to develop fissures and will
roughen considerably.
Fort Worth Botanical Gardens,
Tarrant Co., Texas
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Found only in Texas and Mexico, Chisos
Oak is usually associated with xeric
habitats and doesn't require as much
water as other oak species.
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Tarrant Co., Texas
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Quercus graciliformis, Chisos
Oak, leaves are deep dark green
with prominent yellow ribs, or
veins.
Fort Worth Botanical Gardens,
Tarrant Co., Texas
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