English Oak

Arbor walk #99, Treekeeper ID #6570

English Oak is native and found in mixed woodland areas and planted widely in the North America since the 1600s. It has long been a timber source in England. English Oak prefers a moist well-drained soil but can adapt to a wide range of soil conditions. It may take 25 or more years to bear acorns

Common NameEnglish Oak
Latin NameQuercus robur
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