The wonderful English oak tree. Long lived, broad, dome-headed tree is the more common of the two native oaks, the other being Quercus petraea. The lobed leaves are dark green above, paler underneath, turning orange or rusty brown in autumn. Acorns are produced in abundance.
Quercus Growing Tips: Grow in deep, fertile, well-drained soil. Adaptable to most soils even heavy clay. Height and Spread (after 10 years): 7m x 5m General attributes Award-winning Award-winning Text Green Foliage Text Fastigiate Ornamental attributes Large tree size after 10 years Large tree size after 10 years Slow growth rate Slow growth rate Autumn colour Autumn colour Open space planting Open space planting Fruit for wildlife Fruit for wildlife Clay tolerant Clay tolerant Tolerates exposed site Tolerates exposed site Tolerates coastal site Tolerates coastal site Replacement prune Replacement prune
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