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Planted by Neighbor on Westshore Ave as a child.  Now A Large Heritage Tree.

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Native Pin Oaks interbreed readily with the Red Oak, and so this tree is a Hybrid.  Oak trees, in general, are the National American Tree.

Look north in the Heritage Tree section to find this Pin Oak Hybrid.

Click Here to learn more about Dumont Heritage Trees.

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