Quercus franchetii

Very rarely obtainable, this handsome evergreen oak, mainly found wild in SW China, reaches up to 15m in the wild. The finely serrated usually elliptic foliage is up to 12cm long, emerges covered in off-white hair and expands to deep-green above with the underside densely covered by the same very short off-white hair. Seemingly perfectly hardy.

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