Quercus canariensis from Andalucia

An arresting species, with big, shallowly lobed, thick textured, dark, semi-evergreen leaves, pale glaucous on the underside, and impressive deeply fissured bark. This makes a large, imposing tree eventually, with an upright but full, broadly rounded crown. Not from the Canaries, but hailing from Spain, S Portugal and N Africa. Easy on most soils and fully hardy, this is perfectly suited to a warming and drying climate. This form from just north of Gibraltar is a little different to the commonest form in UK cultivation and could be a wild hybrid with Q. faginea.

Pot size: 2L

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