Live oak is a symbolic tree of the Deep South. Quercus virginiana has a squat and leaning form with a large diameter tapering trunk. The leaves are semi-evergreen, are waxy and resist to salt spray which allow the tree to live on the southern coast and on barrier islands. Their prolific acorns are the primary food for coastal wildlife.
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|Texas Live Oak in Austin||Texas Live Oak on Capitol Grounds||Windsor Ruin Live Oak||Windsor Ruin Live Oak|
|Live Oak and Resurrection Fern||The Angel Oak||Angel Oak's Largest Limb||Mobile Live Oak|
|Mobile Government Street Live Oak||Mobile Live Oak Street Tree|
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