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English Oak

Quercus robur

Non-native

English oak is a long lived species, typically growing 25-35 meters tall. It is native to Europe, northern Africa and western Asia. It prefers moist, well-drained, moderately rich soils of variable pH, but adapts very well to moderately dry soils of poor quality. It is being increasingly used as genetic stock to generate hybrids with other members of the White Oak group, for use as landscape shade trees.

Leaf

Deciduous, alternate, simple. Dark green above and paler bluish-green below. 6-14 lobes.

Bark

Mature bark dark grey and deeply furrowed.

Fruit/Seed

Elongated acorns 1.5-2.5 cm long. Found in clusters of 2-5. Leathery shells.

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