Monterrey/Mexican white Oak (Quercus polymorpha)

Monterrey/Mexican white Oak (Quercus polymorpha)


With a broad rounded crown, is a semi-evergreen tree that is found growing in nature throughout Mexico and discovered in 1992 growing along the Devils River in Val Verde County, Texas. Growing to about 40 feet tall, the new leaves which are 5″ long, emerge peach colored in the spring, then growing into a thick, leathery leaf with raised veins on the yellowish underside. Only recently discovered growing native in the United States, 20 years ago, it is an exceedingly popular Landscape tree because of its semi-evergreen habits. Some winters this tree may lose all its leaves, none of its leaves, or anything in between.

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