Swamp Oak bark is broken into smaller plates.
Swamp Oak tolerates compacted and wet soils better than White Oak.
Swamp Oak is easier to transplant than White Oak.
Swamp Oak leaves are a darker green during the growing season. (The leaves of the Swamp White Oak are shiny green on the top and silvery white on the bottom; that is the reason for the species name - bicolor.)
Swamp Oak's fall color is inferior to White Oak's.
Swamp White Oak acorns are more likely to attract wildlife than White Oak's are.
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