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Old 01-09-2019, 08:14 PM   #11
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The leaves are smooth on the edges not sawtooth like the leaves of Monterrey Oak according to the pics that came up when I searched "Monterrey oak".

I think the leaves would be brown on the undersides if it they were magnolias but could be wrong.

Well, I have a Quercus polymorpha and its leaves look identical to your pictures. I put it in my backyard because a regular Live Oak would have spread out too far for the area I have. It basically keeps leaves year round, and will bud new leaves at the same time as the old ones fall.
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Old 01-09-2019, 08:18 PM   #12
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Based on the back of the leaf it might be a Sand Live Oak
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Old 01-09-2019, 08:35 PM   #13
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I vote for southern magnolia:
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I change my answer Magnolia.
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Here is a picture of a live oak. Unless the scale of the picture is all wrong, the size of a magnolia leaf is about 2-3" wide and about 6" long. I agree that it looks very similar in color and shape, but the size of the live oak leaf is about 3/4" wide and 2" long. So what size are the leaves?
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Here is a picture of a live oak. Unless the scale of the picture is all wrong, the size of a magnolia leaf is about 2-3" wide and about 6" long. I agree that it looks very similar in color and shape, but the size of the live oak leaf is about 3/4" wide and 2" long. So what size are the leaves?
I'd say 3/4" to 1" wide by 2" to 2-1/2 long. The house is only about 8 months old if that helps. I've owned several mature live oaks but the leaves on these two trees look just a smidgen larger and glossier than live oak leaves. I'm starting to lean towards that Monterrey Oak again.
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I guess I can look around on the ground for any signs of acorns to see if it's in the oak family.
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After further review, I think it might be a Highrise Live Oak Tree.

http://plants.thgc.net/12210002/Plan...hrise_Live_Oak
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After further review, I think it might be a Highrise Live Oak Tree.

http://plants.thgc.net/12210002/Plan...hrise_Live_Oak



This ^^^ is a possibility. Even if no acorns this year, I still firmly believe it is in the live oak family.

But I don't think it is is the standard southern live oak.


This has a lot of info if you click around. http://texastreeid.tamu.edu/


It has a list of trees, and one thing I notice is that leaves can be variable on some species. I know as example on mine that not every leaf from the same tree looks identical.

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It's a oak variety. Small narrow leaves - look at trunk bark. Magnolia leaves are much longer and wider
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