Quercus ithaburensis subsp. macrolepis ‘Hemelrijk Silver’

Originally collected as seed on the island of Rhodes by the De Belders, this form of the variable Valonia oak has exceptionally good silver-grey hairy foliage, deeply and sharply lobed, turning grey-green with age. The acorns are surrounded by huge very scaly cups. Rarely offered or seen this great looking oak makes a deciduous, hardy small to medium tree.

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