Quercus glauca Taiwanese form

An evergreen Oak with a very wide distribution, from the Himalaya to the Far East, but rarely seen over here. It forms a bushy small tree with finely toothed leaves, pointed at the tip, rich bronze-red when expanding, turning deep green and glossy above, though glaucous beneath. Perfectly hardy.

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