Wetland Indicator Status:
Seed Provenance:
Unknown Location Seed

C of C:[5]

Cultural Information:

More common in the non-calcareous soils of eastern Ohio and throughout most of Pennsylvania.   Often found on dry, sandy soils; a tree of more upland conditions along ridges and on slopes.  Foliage is dark and glossy and turns to a beautiful scarlet color in the fall.  The literature suggests that this species is not as tolerant of adverse conditions as Pin or Northern Red Oaks.

Associated Species: [6]

Black Oak, Northern Red Oak, White Oak and Flowering Dogwood.

Scarlet Oak is Native to the following States & Ohio counties

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