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    Native; excellent for coastal areas; old leaves drop in spring; salt tolerant; acorns eaten by birds and squirrels; dark charcoal bark; good street tree; larval plant for white hairstreak butterfly; shallow spreading roots. This tree is resistant to damage by deer.

    Native Americans used all parts of live oak for medicinal purposes and specific parts such as leaves for making rugs, bark for dyes, and acorns for food. They also extracted oil from the acorns of live oak. The wood of Quercus virginiana is very dense and makes good firewood.  Quercus virginiana is native to the U.S. and is in the Fagaceae (Beech Family).

    Young live oak, Quercus virginiana . Photo courtesy of K. Hill, Smithsonian Marine Station.
    Species Name:
    Quercus virginiana P. Mill.

    Common Name :
    Live oak, Virginia oak, southern live oak, sand live oak, scrub live oak, Texas live oak.