Height: 50-60 feet high and wide
Light: Full sun to part shade
Soil: Moist; low-lying or swampy areas; adaptable to dry.
Foliage: Two-toned: green above, silvery below. Yellow to reddish-purple fall
Landscape: Suburban yards and city streets; low, moist areas; raingardens
More information and native range here
Oak, Swamp White
Pollinator value: Medium (wind pollinated). Supports hundreds of caterpillar species; birds and mammals eat the acorns, and birds feast and rear their young on the thousands of caterpillars that live off the leaves.
Great all-around shade tree, especially for low-lying areas and spots that flood periodically.