Quercus kelloggii

California black oak. Collected in the Sierra Nevada of California, this close relative of the Red oak has more deeply lobed leaves, more like a Q. coccinea. Though very rarely seen here in the UK, it can make a fine tree over 20m tall in time. Plants in the wild turn to the most glorious saturated golden-yellow in autumn.

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