Rare Hardy Oak Trees Japanese Emperor Oak Quercus DENTATA Stunning Scarlet Autumn Colours Large Architectural Leaves 15 20cm Tall Starter Plant B07C59XQ5N

Rare Hardy Oak Trees Japanese Emperor Oak Quercus DENTATA Stunning Scarlet Autumn Colours Large Architectural Leaves 15 20cm Tall Starter Plant B07C59XQ5N
Rare Hardy Oak Trees Japanese Emperor Oak Quercus DENTATA Stunning Scarlet Autumn Colours Large Architectural Leaves 15 20cm Tall Starter Plant B07C59XQ5N Rare Hardy Oak Trees Japanese Emperor Oak Quercus DENTATA Stunning Scarlet Autumn Colours Large Architectural Leaves 15 20cm Tall Starter Plant B07C59XQ5N Rare Hardy Oak Trees Japanese Emperor Oak Quercus DENTATA Stunning Scarlet Autumn Colours Large Architectural Leaves 15 20cm Tall Starter Plant B07C59XQ5N
Product Code: B07C59XQ5N
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Price: £92.73 £12.40
A rarely offered, majestic tree, growing up to 25m with a trunk diameter of up to 1m. Its main value are the large, beautifully shaped, leathery, downy leaves. Quercus dentata foliage is remarkable just from the size alone; its leaf is the largest in the oak species. The tree keeps its paper bag brown leaves all winter. Then new growth in the spring will push off the old leaves, creating a spring clean-up chore. The thick, undulate leaf will grow to nearly a foot long and 8 inches wide at the obovate, or widest, line. The acorns mature in September to October develop in broad, bushy-scaled cups. Requires space but it is worth to try and as all Quercus, this one works too as a bonsai or as a patio plant. Other common names: Daimyo Oak Native to: Japan, China and Korea Family: Fagaceae (Beech Family) Habit (UK conditions): large tree Typical size in 10 years: 5m x 4m Main value: large, leathery leaves Flower colour: orange to brown (leaves often remains on plant during winter) Flowering period: May Autumn coloration: yellow (not significant) Preferences: thrives on many types of soil on full sun but dislikes coastal location (slightly drought tolerant though) Hardiness: fully hardy in the UK and most of Europe Is it toxic? no Is it edible? seeds are edible but not consumed by humans

Rare Hardy Oak Trees Japanese Emperor Oak Quercus DENTATA Stunning Scarlet Autumn Colours Large Architectural Leaves 15 20cm Tall Starter Plant B07C59XQ5N

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