Size: The White Oak’s height can reach up to 100 feet tall and the trunk can reach up to 4 feet in diameter.

Location: White Oak trees can grow as far west as Kansas and stretch south from Florida to the North in Maine.

Fun Facts: The White Oak tree is one of the slowest growing trees in the United States.

Leaf Characteristics: Each leaf has three defined points on each side and one point in the center.

Bark: The bark is a light gray color with deep ridges creating small sections all the way down the whole tree.

Flowers: The flowers come from long green strands stemming from the branch with several flowers on each green strand.