Quercus infectoria subsp. veneris

From Cyprus and SW Asia, this is a small to medium sized, semi-evergreen, hardy and extremely drought tolerant oak, closely related to Q. faginea from Iberia, though hairless in comparison. A tree for a climate change future, where heat and drought tolerance are required. With a few centuries under their belts, specimens can reach rather huge sizes and one or two monsters can be found on Cyprus.

Pot size: 2L



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