The chestnut oak has leaves almost exactly like those of the chestnut.
I have found it on chestnut oak, quite large specimens, too.
Large quantities of chestnut oak timber have been destroyed to procure the bark.
chestnut oak possesses some advantages over most of the other oaks.
The future for chinquapin oak is not quite as promising as that of chestnut oak.
The chestnut oak has leaves which are much like those of the chestnut tree.
The only oak bark extract on the market is the American chestnut oak (quercus prinus).
The chestnut oak has many nicknames and all are descriptive.
Medullary rays are irregular, some being thin as those of sweet birch, while others are as broad as rays of chestnut oak.
Chestnut extract is prepared from the wood of the chestnut oak, which contains 810% of tannin.