What is another word for Spanish Oak?
[ spˈanɪʃ ˈə͡ʊk], [ spˈanɪʃ ˈəʊk], [ s_p_ˈa_n_ɪ_ʃ ˈəʊ_k]
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Synonyms for Spanish oak:
n.• Quercus Texana (noun)
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Spanish Oak is a large, long-lived tree that is native to the Andalusia region of southern Spain. This species is noted for its attractive, pale brown bark and its rich, dark green leaves. Spanish oak is a very tall tree, typically growing to heights of up to 100 feet tall. This tree is very popular in Florida, where it is used for its impressive wood structure, heavily varnished bark, and unique leaf shape. Spanish oak is a hardy tree that can withstand extended exposure to harsh weather conditions.
Homophones for Spanish oak:
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