Two Great Oaks of Europe

Smith, Hoey
December 2001
International Oaks;Dec2001, Issue 12, p64
Academic Journal
The article offers information on two oak trees in Germany and Austria. The author describes the trees as two oaks of monumental value. The first tree is the mother of fastigiate Quercus robus cultivars, located in the village of Harreshausen near Babenhausen, Germany, while the second tree is located in Bierbam in Austria.


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