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Caucasian Oak, click to enlarge
Native to the Caucasus area (Georgia, Azerbijan, Armenia and Southern
Russia) and parts of North Iran. This tree is rarely found in North
America or Europe.
Caucasian Oak (quercus
The Caucasian Oak is adapted to growing in high
mountainous area. At maturity it reaches a height of 25m (80ft). It is a
The leaves are a semi-glossy green, up to
15cm (6in) long and 5cm (2in) wide.
The bark is typically oak like in appearance
The flowers appear as single catkins in May. They form mature
acorns in September to October which are relatively small at 2.5cm
(1in). This is a rare oak tree and mainly found in tree collections around the world.
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