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A shrubby, low-growing oak, this tree has a much more modest growth habit compared to most oaks and is a common sight in the front range foothills. What it may lack in size and stature, it makes up for in excellent drought tolerance (once established) and benefits to native wildlife.
Scientific Name: Quercus gambelii
Fall Color: Yellow-red brown
Flower Color: insignificant
Foliage Color: dark green
Mature Height: 15’-20’
Size Class: Small
Growth Rate: slow