This is an endangered species in the forests of Pennsylvania with only a few groves in Adams and Fulton counties. As an urban or suburban tree, the Shumard Oak is much superior to the similar Pin Oak, tolerating high Ph and adverse conditions quite well. Fall color is also more reliable with colors of orange, red and burgundy appearing around the end of October. Size is comparable to most large Oaks topping out around 70 feet.
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