Quercus Cultivars Oaks at Chevithorne Barton

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Quercus ×bimundorum 'Crimschmidt' #005.2013A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Not Applicable
A compact, conical tree with mildew-resistant foliage turning red in autumn. Raised in Illinois, USA from seed of Q. robur growing with Q. alba.

Quercus ×bushii 'Seattle Trident' #097.2013A

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Not Applicable
Leaves distinctly 3-lobed at the apex, the middle lobe the largest. Raised at Washington Park Arboretum, Seattle, from seed sent from the Arnold Arbor...

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Quercus castaneifolia 'Green Spire' #002.1986A

Group: section Cerris
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Not Applicable
One of the most dramatic trees in our collection is this form of Chestnut-leaved oak with upright branches selected by Hillier Nurseries. Our oldest t...

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Quercus castaneifolia 'Green Spire' #020.2002A

Group: section Cerris
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Not Applicable
One of the most dramatic trees in our collection is this form of Chestnut-leaved oak with upright branches selected by Hillier Nurseries. Our oldest t...

Quercus castaneifolia × Q. suber #032.2014A

Group: section Cerris
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Not Applicable

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Quercus cerris (Laciniata Group) 'Wodan' #033.1994A

Group: section Cerris
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Not Applicable
This recently developed cultivar has deeper lobed leaves and goes a good yellow colour in autumn.

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Quercus cerris 'Argenteovariegata' #027.1989A

Group: section Cerris
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Not Applicable
This is one of the most striking selections of Turkey oak, first described in 1877, in which the leaf margin is creamy yellow when the foliage is youn...

Quercus cerris 'Bolte's Obelisk' #039.2014A

Group: section Cerris
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Not Applicable
A form with a narrow, upright habit. Raised by Josef Bolte, Paderborn, Germany from seed collected at Kassel in 1998.

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Quercus cerris 'Curly Head' #059.2010A

Group: section Cerris
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Not Applicable
A very slow-growing selection usually shrubby or with time a small tree. Leaves small and congested, glossy dark green with wavy edges.

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Quercus cerris 'Donar' #015.1995A

Group: section Cerris
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Not Applicable

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Quercus cerris 'Marmor Star' #020.2008A

Group: section Cerris
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Not Applicable
Leaves mottled and flecked pale green and yellow-green. It has reached 10 m tall at Trompenburg, propagated from the original at Strypemonde, Netherla...

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Quercus coccinea 'Splendens' #002.1988A

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Not Applicable
This form of Scarlet oak was selected before 1914 for its particularly good autumn colour. A specimen has reached 28 m at Windsor Great Park, Berkshir...