Hungarian Oak, click to enlarge
When grown outside of its native
area, this oak species is normally grafted onto the roots of more common oak species. This
allows the trees to grow far quicker than those grown from seed
Hungarian Oak (quercus
The Hungarian Oak tree is native to Rumania, Southern Italy and the
Balkans but it is also frequently found in parks and arboretum of North America and Europe.
It grows slowly to an eventual height of about 30m (100ft).
The acorns are short and stubby being about 2cm (�in) long when
completely formed. They become fully ripe in October at the same
time as the leaves turn red.
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