[ bɹˈaʃ ˈə͡ʊk], [ bɹˈaʃ ˈəʊk], [ b_ɹ_ˈa_ʃ ˈəʊ_k]
How to use "Brash oak" in context?
Brash oak is a medium to large tree that can grow to be 30-60 feet tall, with a trunk diameter of up to 6 feet. The bark is rough and scaly, with deep ridges. The leaves are alternate,simple, and 1-2 inches long, with a serrated margin. The flowers are white, 1-1.5 inch diameter, and appear in late winter or early spring. The fruit is a smooth, light brown drupe, 2-3 inches long. The tree is found in moist, open hardwood and Mixed Hardwood forests, from New Jersey to Tennessee.
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