Quercus Hybrids Oaks at Chevithorne Barton

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1695-1

Quercus ×sargentii #023.2006A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Not Applicable

1117-1

Quercus ×saulii #005.1990B

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: C & E USA

1786-1

Quercus ×schochiana #013.2008A

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: CE USA
A naturally occurring hybrid found where the parents grow together, it has narrow leaves with few pointed lobes. In cultivation since at least 1894, i...

1681-1

Quercus ×schuettei #004.2006A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: USA (Wisconsin)

1730-1

Quercus ×schuettei #004.2006B

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: USA (Wisconsin)

1660-1

Quercus ×sternbergii #040.2005A

Group: section Lobatae (the red oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: USA (Tex)

1694-1

Quercus ×streimii 'Kortrijk' #022.2006A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Not Applicable
This cultivar has deeply cut leaves with 10-11 pointed lobes on each side, reaching about half way to the midrib.

Quercus ×streimii 'Kortrijk' #136.2015A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Not Applicable
This cultivar has deeply cut leaves with 10-11 pointed lobes on each side, reaching about half way to the midrib.

Quercus ×streimii 'Kortrijk' #136.2015B

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: Not Applicable
This cultivar has deeply cut leaves with 10-11 pointed lobes on each side, reaching about half way to the midrib.

2137-1

Quercus suber hybrid #088.2010A

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

2281-1

Quercus ×substellata #068.2011A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: USA
MHA - "A natural hybrid between Q. bicolor & Q. stellata First seen & described in New Jersey in 1924. Unusually for a hybrid, it warrants a whole...

2389-1

Quercus ×substellata #067.2012A

Group: section Quercus (the white oaks)
Synonym Name(s): Not Applicable
Common Name(s): Not Applicable
Natural Range: USA
MHA - "A natural hybrid between Q. bicolor & Q. stellata First seen & described in New Jersey in 1924. Unusually for a hybrid, it warrants a whole...