Quercus x schuettei
Dark glossy green
Schuette Oak is a hybrid between Quercus bicolor (swamp white oak) and Quercus macrocarpa (bur oak). It grows best in rich, humusy, medium to wet soils, but can tolerate soggy soils to drier upland soils. Great for low and high areas on properties. Dark green, glossy leaves turn a yellowish brown in the fall. This oak is a prolific producer of acorns at an early age and the acorns are a great source of food for wildlife. Schuette Oak has shown to have a resistance to lace bugs. Full sun.