Texas Red Oak Seedling?


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I think this is a Texas Red Oak seedling that has grown in my yard. I don't have any oak trees, but I suppose a neighbor might. Any ideas? I'm in zone 8a.
 

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Meadowlark

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Sure looks like one to me....but at this stage is difficult to distinguish between the Shumard Red oak. Either way you have a beautiful shade tree in the making there.
 
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Thanks Meadowlark! I found it while watering my ornamental cabbages and was excited. Even placed some dried grass clipping around it. Hopefully it will survive to be a mature shade tree!
 

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