Quercus sadleriana is a species of oak known by the common names Sadler's oak and deer oak. It is native to southwestern Oregon and far northern California in the Klamath Mountains. It grows in coniferous forests.
Quercus sadleriana is a shrub growing 1 to 3 meters 3-18 feet tall from a root network with rhizomes. The leaves are reminiscent of chestnut leaves, oval with toothed edges and rounded, faintly pointed ends. The fruit is an acorn with a cap between 1 and 2 centimeters wide and a spherical or oval, round-ended nut up to 2 centimeters long.
- Jepson Manual Treatment - Quercus sadleriana
- USDA Plants Profile; Quercus sadleriana
- Flora of North America
- Quercus sadleriana - Photo gallery
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