Quercus john-tuckeri is a bushy shrub growing 2 – 5 meters in height, sometimes becoming treelike, exceeding six meters (20 feet). The branches are gray or brown, the twigs coated in short woolly fibers when new and becoming scaly with age. The evergreen leaves are leathery and thick, sometimes brittle. They are gray-green, the lower surface slightly paler. Drought tolerant once established as it comes from central coastal California inland to the edge of the Mohave Desert.
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