Shingle Oak is primarily an Oak of the Midwestern United States, where early pioneers used its narrowly split wood to produce shingles for their cabins. In Ohio, it occurs throughout the state, and is found in a variety of environments - from dry to mesic, in forests and fields alike. Its canopy is often broad-spreading at maturity, and it is the only Oak native to Ohio that has simple, non-lobed leaves with entire margins.
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Information source: University of Missouri - Horticulture