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Small tree with drooping, often crooked branches. It has alternate Interesting Facts: Where to find Blackjack Oak on the Louisiana State Arboretum Trails.


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Quercus marilandica, the blackjack oak, is a small oak, one of the red oak group Quercus sect. Quercus marilandica is a small deciduous tree growing to 15 meters (49 feet) tall, with bark cracked into rectangular black plates with narrow orange fissures. diagnosis in Latin, description in German in Teutonic script.


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GENERAL BOTANICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Blackjack oak is a small to medium-sized, slow-growing, native, deciduous tree. It is often shrubby with a low​.


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blackjack oak. Quercus marilandica. Secondary Names: Leaf Type: Deciduous Texas Native: Firewise: oak_blackjackjpg. Tree Description: A medium to.


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The blackjack oak (Quercus marilandica) is also known as the Jack oak, black oak, and barren oak. A small deciduous tree that grows 20 to 30 feet (maximum.


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Flowers Both male and female flowers occur on the same tree when the leaves begin to unfold, the male flowers as catkins. The leaves have a waxy coating and are tough and leathery. They are from 3 to 8 inches long, typically with three, shallow, bristle-tipped lobes toward the apex. The broader apex is the most distinguishing characteristic of blackjack oak. The leaves are wider at the apex than at the base, which is rounded or heart shaped. Blackjack oak is well adapted to dry, nutrient-poor soils. Blackjack oak can also re-sprout or rootsprout many times after being burned or browsed back, an adaptation to growth in ecosystems where there is frequent fire barrens, savannas, sand forests, prairies. This nutrient-conserving strategy is especially important in mineral-poor soils. Identifying Features Bark Blackjack oak is in the red oak group. Twigs The twigs are also brown and hairy. Uses Blackjack oak wood is heavy and strong. It is used as a source of charcoal and fuel.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The crown is rounded, with lower branches hanging downward. They are brown and often have vertical stripes. Leaves The leaves are alternate and simple. It grows in sand forests and barrens, and sometimes in savannas. The bark is dark brown with shallow ridges or squarish blocks. The upper surface of new leaves is hairy, becoming shiny and dark green at maturity. It has tough leaves that are covered with a waxy substance cutin that retards water loss. Water loss from leaves is also controlled by stomata small openings in the superficial tissues of leaves through which gases, including water vapor, are exchanged that are more sensitive to drought than those found in less drought-adapted trees. The lower surface is persistently covered with brownish hairs. Interesting Facts Blackjack oak is also commonly referred to as 'scrub oak,' a reference to its stunted and gnarled appearance. It typically grows in nutrient-poor and excessively drained soils, which stunt normal growth. The cup covers one third to one half of the acorn and has loosely arranged scales. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Shape and Distribution Blackjack oak is a small to medium-sized tree which can grow to heights of 50 feet, but is usually much smaller. Buds Terminal buds are large, sharp-pointed, and somewhat hairy. Blackjack oak retains its leaves late into the autumn and early winter and withdraws major nutrients from them prior to leaf fall. Fruits Acorn production is biennial, with acorns maturing in October of the second year after pollination. Blackjack oak grows on poor, dry, and rocky or sandy soils in Illinois.