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aments apex attain a height axils bark BARK—On old trunks base beneath branches branchlet broad buds BUDS—Alternate Castle County catkins chestnut clusters color covered crack willow crown dark green deciduous Delaware dense drooping drupe durable in contact eastern enlarged female flowers fissures FLOWERS—In forest fruit genus GENUS DESCRIPTION—The genus gray growth HABITAT—Prefers hairy heartwood hickory Kent County leaf scar leaflets leaves LEAVES—Alternate lenticels light brown light green Linnaeus lobes margins maturity medullary rays midrib moist soils native natural NORTHERN RED OAK NOTES—The numerous oblong occasionally attain ornamental ovate ovoid panicles petiole pine pistillate pistillate flower planted pubescent purplish racemes RANGE rarely red-brown reddish brown resinous ridges rounded sapwood seed shiny short stalked shrub slender slightly smooth species staminate staminate flower stem Sussex County swamps tall terminal thick thin tomentose toothed tree usually trunk diameter Winter twig wood WOOD—Diffuse-porous WOOD—Ring-porous yellow yellowish young trunks