Lanceolate Leaves

Trees with lanceolate leaves

List of trees that have lanceolate leaves!

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Shingle Oak

The leaves of Shingle oak are green, glossy, oblong oval, and up to 20 cm (7.9 in) long. The underside of the leaf is bright and tomentose. The leaf margin is smooth. Botanical name: Quercus imbricaria

Information about the Shingle Oak

Sawtooth Oak

The leaves are 8-20 cm (3.2 - 7.9 in) long and up to 6 cm wide. The leaf margin is cut evenly and the leaves are alternate. The autumn foliage is yellow to orange. Botanical name: Quercus acutissima

Information about the Sawtooth Oak

Willow Oak

The leaves are oblong, glossy green and like a willow leaf. The leaf edge is smooth and the leaf position alternate. The autumn foliage is orange to red. Botanical name: Quercus phellos

Information about the Willow Oak

Common Osier

The leaf of Osier is narrow-lanceolate, to 25 cm (9.84 in) long and is tapered. The leaf margins are finely serrated. The underside of the leaf is silver-gray. Autumn color is yellow. Botanical name: Salix viminalis

Information about the Common Osier