obovate, deltoid, ovate, triangular
March, April, May, September, October
13.0 - 21.9
Similar to Q. falcata but the upper surface of the leaves is much shinier and tree much smaller in stature.
It has no commercial value, but acorns provide food for turkey, deer, and small mammals.
Dry sandy and well-drained soils on ridges in the southeastern coastal plain.