Live Oak Tree Tree
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The Live Oak Tree is a very common tree in north America. In fact, it is the state tree of Georgia. The tree is also very common in California, and can be seen in many of the wildlife preservations areas, parks and even streets. The tree is adopted for soils that are shallow, which lets it live in areas where they don't necessarily get a tremendous amount of natural resources.
The Live Oak is considered a large tree. It can grow to 85 feet tall. Its branches tend to sprawl out in every direction. Overall, the tree takes a lot of space.
The Live Oak leaves can sometimes survive through the Fall and the Winter, until the new leaves emerge in the Spring.
The leaves can get to about 5 inches in height and 3 inches in width. The leaves are usually green when in season, and can be seen at the many northern California parks. The name Live Oak comes from the survival of its leaves. The tree is sometimes called Evergreen Oak.
The Live Oak trees tend to have thick, dark brown bark. The Live Oak is different from other Oak trees because of the survival of its leaves through the Winter. This tree is a pleasant find while hiking in parks that have trees with mostly bare branches.