Mexico Oaks at Chevithorne Barton

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1310-2

Quercus acherdophylla #028.1995A

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Mex (Hidalgo, Puebla, Veracruz)
A vigorous tree growing 15 m or more in the wild and proving very hardy in cultivation. Shoots glabrous, leaves short-stalked, ellipticoblong to oblan...

1318-1

Quercus acherdophylla #038.1995A

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Mex (Hidalgo, Puebla, Veracruz)
A vigorous tree growing 15 m or more in the wild and proving very hardy in cultivation. Shoots glabrous, leaves short-stalked, ellipticoblong to oblan...

1372-1

Quercus acherdophylla #031.1996A

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Mex (Hidalgo, Puebla, Veracruz)
A vigorous tree growing 15 m or more in the wild and proving very hardy in cultivation. Shoots glabrous, leaves short-stalked, ellipticoblong to oblan...

1584-1

Quercus acherdophylla #089.2003A

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Mex (Hidalgo, Puebla, Veracruz)
A vigorous tree growing 15 m or more in the wild and proving very hardy in cultivation. Shoots glabrous, leaves short-stalked, ellipticoblong to oblan...

1556-1

Quercus acutifolia #058.2003A

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Quercus correpta, , Quercus uruapanensis
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: C America, S Mex
<p>A tree reaching 10-15 m tall in the wild, where the leaves turn yellow in winter before falling. The leathery leaves are ovate to elliptic, up to 1...

1610-1

Quercus acutifolia #058.2003B

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Quercus correpta, , Quercus uruapanensis
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: C America, S Mex
<p>A tree reaching 10-15 m tall in the wild, where the leaves turn yellow in winter before falling. The leathery leaves are ovate to elliptic, up to 1...

1210-1

Quercus affinis #008.1993A

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Mex
A vigorous and hardy evergreen tree that can reach 30 m in its native habitat where it is found in the mountains at high altitudes. The lance-shaped l...

1240-1

Quercus affinis #008.1993B

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Mex
A vigorous and hardy evergreen tree that can reach 30 m in its native habitat where it is found in the mountains at high altitudes. The lance-shaped l...

1314-1

Quercus affinis #034.1995A

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Mex
A vigorous and hardy evergreen tree that can reach 30 m in its native habitat where it is found in the mountains at high altitudes. The lance-shaped l...

1525-1

Quercus affinis #009.2003A

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Mex
A vigorous and hardy evergreen tree that can reach 30 m in its native habitat where it is found in the mountains at high altitudes. The lance-shaped l...

1559-1

Quercus affinis #061.2003A

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Mex
A vigorous and hardy evergreen tree that can reach 30 m in its native habitat where it is found in the mountains at high altitudes. The lance-shaped l...

1068-1

Quercus agrifolia #039.1989A

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Coast live oak
Natural Range: Mex (Baja Calif), USA (W & S Calif)
This hardy evergreen species can reach 25 m in its native habitat, where it occurs on slopes and in canyons in the coastal ranges. It can be recognise...

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