What is another word for Nuttall Oak?

4 synonyms found


[ nˈʌtɔːl ˈə͡ʊk], [ nˈʌtɔːl ˈə‍ʊk], [ n_ˈʌ_t_ɔː_l ˈəʊ_k]

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How to use "Nuttall oak" in context?

The Nuttall Oak is a large oak tree that can be found in the mountains of Western North America. The Nuttall oak is named after John Nuttall, who was a British explorer who first discovered the tree in 1827. The Nuttall oak is a two thousand year old oak tree that is one of the tallest in North America. The Nuttall oak is a close relative of the English Oak and the California Oak. The Nuttall oak has a dark brown bark which is covered in small bumps and ridges. The Nuttall oak has leaves that are arranged in pairs on the stem and the leaves are about six inches long.

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