Sinuate Leaves

Trees with sinuate leaves

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White Oak

The leaves of the White oak are funnel-shaped, sinuate and up to 20 cm (7.9 in) long and 9 cm (3.5 in) wide. The upside is green to gray-green, the underside is lighter. In the sprouting the leaves are tomentose and slightly reddish. The leaf margin is smooth. Botanical name: Quercus alba

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Swamp White Oak

The leaves of the Swamp white oak are broad ovoid, green, sinuate, lobed with 10 to 14 lobes and stalked. The leaf is 12 – 18 cm (4.7 – 7.1 in) long and 7 – 11 cm (2.8 – 4.3 in). The petiole is often reddish. The underside of the leaf is tomentose silvery. The leaf margin is smooth. Botanical name: Quercus bicolor

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Turner's Oak

The leaves of Evergreen oak are dark green, evergreen, obovate, up to 15 cm (5.9 in) long, petiole (1 cm (0.4 in), slightly hairy). The underside of the leaf is green, yellow veins. The leaf margin is sinuate and smooth. Botanical name: Quercus turneri 'Pseudoturneri

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English Oak

The leaves of English oak have a very short petiole. They are sinuate, with 4-7 rounded lobes. The leaf upside is dark green, the underside of the leaf is blue-green. The leaf is curled at the leaf base. The leaf margin is smooth. Botanical name: Quercus robur

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Hungarian Oak

The leaves of Hungarian oak are dark green on upside and 12 - 25 cm (4.7 – 9.8 in) long. The underside of the leaf is pale yellow. The leaves are strongly sinuate. The petiole is short and the leaf is curled at the leaf base. The leaf margin is smooth. Botanical name: Quercus frainetto

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