Quercus dentata ‘Carl Ferris Miller’

The Daimyo oak from the Far East has spectacularly outsize foliage, superficially similar in form to our common oak, but many times the size. The twigs are very stout and plants can colour well in autumn, often with reds and oranges. This form, collected in Korea, performs very well in N. Europe. Usually a small to medium sized tree in this country.

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