Quercus robur*

Quercus robur*

A major part of the landscape in England, a large tree to 25m eventually forming a knotted tree with many branches and an irregular broad rounded crown. A slow growing tree living for many hundreds of years, the leaves emerge brownish red in spring turning green and later yellowish brown in autumn. A very good woodland tree, very hardy tolerates most soils but prefers nutritious moist soils.Shows very goodwind resistance, mix plenty of good compost with the soil and stake well.

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