Quercus greggii

This evergreen Mexican oak makes a shrub, or more often a small tree with thickly leathery foliage to only 7cm long. The leaves are shallowly lobed only on the upper half and densely clothed with pale beige hairs beneath. Only introduced to cultivation in the UK in 1979, this remains particularly rare, though a specimen at Kew still exists.

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