Ornamental Tree Grown in UK
- English oak is a very common tree. It is especially common in deciduous woods in southern and central Britain. In fact, it’s so frequent that it has assumed the status of a national emblem.
- Oaks produce one of the hardest and most durable timbers on the planet.
- Leaves, bark and acorns were believed to heal many medical ailments, including diarrhoea, inflammation and kidney stones.
- You will receive a Quercus Robur 'English Oak' bare-root tree 30-50cm height.
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Eventual height is 20m
Season of Interest
Acorns in Autumn
Full sun/ Partial shade.
Regular light watering. Keeping from drying out.
Best Growing Conditions
Quercus robur prefers a deeper rich soil, though also does well in wet soil in the Winter. Site: Tolerates some exposure. Soil: Any favourable soil. Position: Full sun, partial Shade. Season of Interest: Autumn fruit, wildlife habitat. Hardiness: Fully hardy