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Full Name: - Quercus montana

Quercus montana Willd. (1805)
Infrageneric Classification
Subgenus Quercus, Section Quercus
Common Names in this Database
See: Nixon, Volume 3 of Flora of North America (1997) Page 476
Natural Distribution
USA: (Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia (US), Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia)
USDA Zone 4 to 8
Conservation Status
Rated as Least Concern (LC) in the The Red List of Oaks
Illustration of Leaves
Image from a plant at Arboretum Het Leen Eeklo (Belgium) ©Jan De Langhe, Ghent University Botanical Garden, 2010
Synonyms in this Database
Quercus prinus L. (1753) nom. rejic. prop.
Hybrids in this Database
Quercus ×saulii C. K. Schneid. (1904)
Quercus ×sargentii Rehder (1915)
Quercus ×bernardensis W. Wolf (1918)
Main Horticultural References
The European Garden Flora vol. 3 (1989) page 74 under Q.prinus L.
The Hillier Manual of Trees & Shrubs, 7th ed. (2002) page 253
Hortus Third (1976) page 934 refers to Q. prinus
(Krüssmann) Manual of Cultivated Broad-leaved Trees & Shrubs (in English) vol. 3 (1986) page 98 refers to Q. prinus, page 110
(Rehder) Manual of Cultivated Trees and Shrubs, 2nd ed. (1940) page 172
(Jacobson) North American Landscape Trees, (1996) page 558 as Q. prinus L.
(Dirr) Manual of Woody Landscape Plants, 5th ed. (1998) page 831 described under Q. prinus
The New Royal Horticultural Society Dictionary of Gardening vol. 3 (1992) page 789 refers to Q. prinus
(Bean) Trees & Shrubs Hardy in the British Isles, 8th ed. vol. 3 (1976) page 504 under Q. prinus L.
World Economic Plants: a Standard Reference (1999) page 417
Recent Monograph References
(Miller & Lamb) Oaks of North America (1985) page 180 as Q. prinus L.
(Hard˙ & Lamant) Guide illustré des Chęnes (2006) Volume 2, page 98