Africa Oaks at Chevithorne Barton

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Quercus afares #069.2010A

Group: section Cerris
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: N Africa
A large deciduous tree in the wild where it can reach 25-30 m tall, the bark often slightly corky. Leaves dark green and smooth above when mature, den...

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Quercus canariensis #035.2001A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Quercus mirbeckii
Common Name(s): Algerian oak
Natural Range: N Africa, S Port, Spain
This magnificent tree sometimes reaches more than 30 m and is one of the finest large oaks grown in this country. It is semi-evergreen, usually remain...

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Quercus canariensis #002.2002A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Quercus mirbeckii
Common Name(s): Algerian oak
Natural Range: N Africa, S Port, Spain
This magnificent tree sometimes reaches more than 30 m and is one of the finest large oaks grown in this country. It is semi-evergreen, usually remain...

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Quercus canariensis #055.2006B

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Quercus mirbeckii
Common Name(s): Algerian oak
Natural Range: N Africa, S Port, Spain
This magnificent tree sometimes reaches more than 30 m and is one of the finest large oaks grown in this country. It is semi-evergreen, usually remain...

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Quercus canariensis #101.2009A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Quercus mirbeckii
Common Name(s): Algerian oak
Natural Range: N Africa, S Port, Spain
This magnificent tree sometimes reaches more than 30 m and is one of the finest large oaks grown in this country. It is semi-evergreen, usually remain...

Quercus canariensis #133.2015A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Quercus mirbeckii
Common Name(s): Algerian oak
Natural Range: N Africa, S Port, Spain
This magnificent tree sometimes reaches more than 30 m and is one of the finest large oaks grown in this country. It is semi-evergreen, usually remain...

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Quercus faginea #004.1990A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Portuguese oak
Natural Range: N Africa, Port, Spain
A deciduous or semi-evergreen tree growing to 20 m tall, sometimes shrubby, the young shoots densely hairy later becoming glabrous. The leaves are var...

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Quercus faginea #004.1990B

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Portuguese oak
Natural Range: N Africa, Port, Spain
A deciduous or semi-evergreen tree growing to 20 m tall, sometimes shrubby, the young shoots densely hairy later becoming glabrous. The leaves are var...

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Quercus faginea #042.2001A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Portuguese oak
Natural Range: N Africa, Port, Spain
A deciduous or semi-evergreen tree growing to 20 m tall, sometimes shrubby, the young shoots densely hairy later becoming glabrous. The leaves are var...

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Quercus faginea subsp. broteroi #036.2000A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: N Africa, S Port, Spain
This has broad leaves, densely white tomentose beneath, and occurs in the southern part of the range. One of our specimens is a small but vigorous you...

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Quercus faginea subsp. broteroi #028.2001A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: N Africa, S Port, Spain
This has broad leaves, densely white tomentose beneath, and occurs in the southern part of the range. One of our specimens is a small but vigorous you...

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Quercus lusitanica #044.2000A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Morocco, Port, Spain
A small evergreen shrub growing to 1 m tall, though often less, found on dry hills in oak and pine forests where it can often be seen creeping over ro...

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