Oak trees host the most species of Lepidoptera of any woody plant throughout most of the US.
This 75-100 ft, deciduous oak occasionally reaches 120 ft. in height.
Water Use: Medium
Wetland indicator status FACU-
Light Requirement: Sun to Part Shade
Soil Moisture: Dry, Moist
Soil Description: Well-drained, loamy sands.
Use Wildlife: Attracts songbirds, ground birds and mammals.
Attracts: Butterflies , Hummingbirds
Larval Host: Gray Hairstreak