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Full Name: - Quercus incana

Quercus incana Bartram (1791)
Infrageneric Classification
Subgenus Quercus, section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Common Names in this Database
Description
See: R. J. Jensen, Volume 3 of Flora of North America (1997) Page 455
Natural Distribution
USA: (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia (US), Louisiana, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Virginia)
Conservation Status
Rated as Least Concern (LC) in the The Red List of Oaks
Illustration of Leaves
Image from a plant at the Sir Harold Hillier Gardens (UK) ©Jan De Langhe, Ghent University Botanical Garden, 2009
Synonyms in this Database
Quercus brevifolia Sarg. (1895) nom. illegit.
Quercus cinerea Michx. (1801)
Hybrids in this Database
Quercus ×venulosa Ashe (1926) nom. cons. prop. in prep.
Quercus ×subintegra (Engelm.) Trel. (1917)
Quercus ×ashei Trel. (1917)
Quercus ×atlantica Ashe (1916)
Quercus ×cravenensis Little (1943)
Quercus ×oviedoensis Sarg. (1918)
Quercus ×caduca Trel. (1917)
Quercus ×podophylla Trel. (1917)
Main Horticultural References
(Grimshaw & Bayton) New Trees (2009) page 733
The Hillier Manual of Trees & Shrubs, 7th ed. (2002) page 251
Hortus Third (1976) page 934
(Krüssmann) Manual of Cultivated Broad-leaved Trees & Shrubs (in English) vol. 3 (1986) page 90
The New Royal Horticultural Society Dictionary of Gardening vol. 3 (1992) page 784
(Bean) Trees & Shrubs Hardy in the British Isles, 8th ed. vol. 3 (1976) page 485
Recent Monograph References
(Miller & Lamb) Oaks of North America (1985) page 119
(Hardÿ & Lamant) Guide illustré des Chênes (2006) Volume 2, page 64
(Heathcoat Amory) The Oaks of Chevithorne Barton (2009) page 104 illustrated (tree, leaves, new growth)