Emory oak

Em·​o·​ry oak | \ ˈem(ə)rē-\

Definition of Emory oak

: a low shrubby black oak (Quercus emoryi) of the southwestern U.S. with evergreen leaves and very heavy wood

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History and Etymology for Emory oak

after W.H.Emory †1887 American soldier and engineer

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