SelecTree - Tree List

Tree Selection Starts Here

   A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z

1 - 44 of 44   arrow List All Trees

Japanese Evergreen Oak


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Branches droop but resist breakage. Diseases and Pests not well studied.
Japanese Evergreen Oak

Sawtooth Oak


Attractive, large, deciduous tree.
Sawtooth Oak

Coast Live Oak


Susceptible to oak moth. Sudden Oak Death manifested as a canker.
Coast Live Oak

White Oak


Branches don't droop and resist breakage.
White Oak

Bluff Oak


Branches don't droop and resist breakage.

Swamp White Oak


Underside of leaf is silvery-white.
Swamp White Oak

Texas Red Oak


Branches droop but resist breakage.
Texas Red Oak

Turkey Oak


Branches don't droop and resist breakage.
Turkey Oak

Canyon Live Oak


A California native tree. Growing range between South West Oregon and Baja, Californi…
Canyon Live Oak

Scarlet Oak


Best in deep, rich soil. Outstanding fall color.
Scarlet Oak

Blue Oak


A slow growing native oak. Commonly found on interior California hills.
Blue Oak

Scrub Oak


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Very drought tolerant. Found in Western California and Northern Baja, California. Som…
Scrub Oak

Leather Oak


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Very drought tolerant. This shrubby oak likes serpentine soils. Often found in dense …
Leather Oak

Emory Oak


This live oak, typically grows in dry hills at moderate altitudes. In the red oak gro…
Emory Oak

Engelmann Oak


This native tree is wide-spreading.
Engelmann Oak

Southern Red Oak


Branches don't droop, and resist breakage.
Southern Red Oak

Oregon White Oak


Underside of leaf is rusty or downy. Similar to valley oak, but found more commonly …
Oregon White Oak

Ring Cupped Oak


Branches droop and are susceptible to breakage.
Ring Cupped Oak

Holly Oak


Underside of leaf is silvery-white. Often has a prominent umbrella form.
Holly Oak

Shingle Oak


Branches droop but resist breakage.
Shingle Oak

California Black Oak


Golden fall color contrasts nicely with dark green conifers. Occasionally a reddish …
California Black Oak

Laurel Oak


Branches droop and are susceptible to breakage.

Valley Oak


A massive but graceful tree.
Valley Oak

Overcup Oak


Branches don't droop and resist breakage.
Overcup Oak

Burr Oak


Large acorns form in mossy cups.
Burr Oak

Chinquapin Oak


Branches don't droop, and resist breakage.
Chinquapin Oak

Japanese Live Oak


New leaves are purplish.
Japanese Live Oak

Water Oak


Branches droop and are susceptible to breakage.
Water Oak
Quercus nuttallii

Pin Oak


May become chlorotic in alkaline soil. Brown leaves tend to hang on the tree in fall…
Pin Oak

Willow Oak


Fine textured foliage, yellow fall color. Dead, brown leaves tend to hang on the tre…
Willow Oak
Quercus prinus

English Oak


Similar to valley oak but not native to California. Requires a moderate amount of wa…
English Oak

Upright English Oak


Narrow and upright when young. Branches out as it matures.
Upright English Oak

Skymaster English Oak


Deciduous tree. Half as wide as it is tall. Tolerates various soil conditions.

Westminster Globe Oak


This deciduous tree grows to 50 feet. Tolerates a range of soil conditions.

Red Oak


Best in deep, fertile soil. Outstanding fall color. Leaves are lobed (7-9 lobes).
Red Oak

Shumard Red Oak


Tolerates acidic and poorly drained soil.
Shumard Red Oak

Post Oak


Branches droop but resist breakage.
Post Oak

Cork Oak


Underside of leaf is light gray. Leaf drop in spring may seem abnormal, but is typic…
Cork Oak

Island Oak


This evergreen Oak is a desirable landscape tree in southern California. Smooth gray …
Island Oak

Southern Live Oak


Underside of leaf is white. Attractive tree. Best in deep, rich soil, but widely ad…
Southern Live Oak

Interior Live Oak


Susceptible to oak moth.
Interior Live Oak

Soapbark Tree


Soapbark is famous for the medicinal and commercial use of its inner bark, an abundan…
Soapbark Tree

 

back to top

 


 


*No warranties or guarantees as to the accuracy of the data and information derived from this web site are expressed or implied. The California Polytechnic State University and the Cal Poly Corporation shall not be responsible for any loss of profit, indirect, incidental, special, or consequential damages arising out of the use of the data and information derived from this web site.