GLEBE TREES AND SHRUBS
Pin oak (Quercus palustris)
Photos taken at the little park, corner Bank St and Holmwood Ave.
The inner bark is said to be orange, seen here. The tufts of hair on the underside are shown.
Pin oak have bristled lobes, part of the red oak group.
Oaks are divided into red oaks and white oaks. Red oaks have bristle-tipped lobes, while white have rounded
lobes or large regular teeth. Bur oak is a white oak.
List of trees and shrubs with alternate, simple, untoothed leaves