Some New and Little-Known Oak Cultivars

Coombes, Allen J.; Jablonski, Eike
March 2006
International Oaks;Spring2006, Issue 17, p35
Academic Journal
The article presents the descriptions of new oak cultivars. These include: Quercus castaneifolia C.A. Mey. Zuiderpark; Quercus cerris L. Afyon Lace; Quercus cerris L. Bolte's Obelisk; Quercus cerris L. Marmor Star; Quercus cerris L. Waasland Compact; Quercus Doring's Zweizack; Quercus x fernaldii Trel.; and Quercus x haynaldiana Simonk.


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