Enjoy samples from the garden and talk with Master Gardeners about growing vegetables in Northern Virginia, with a special emphasis on planting fall crops and overwintering vegetables.
We are on Instagram! mgnvsocialmediaAcorns of the White Oak measure ¾-inch and have a bumpy, bowl-like cap which detaches from the nut when it matures from green to brown. #mastergardener #mysteryplant #mgnv #whiteoak #quercusalbaWhite Oak has four- to seven-inch long glossy leaves with five to nine lobes with rounded tips and sinuses. They turn shades of red to brown in the fall, and some dead leaves may remain on the tree through the winter. #mastergardener #mysteryplant #mgnv #whiteoak #quercusalba
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