Quercus mexicana

An evergreen strong growing species from Mexico, can you believe, with narrow, unlobed leaves to about 10cm long, only introduced to the UK in 1992. Making only a small tree, the bark on young trees at least is bubbly, like blow-torched paint. Reasonably hardy across much of the British Isles, given shelter. Hardy and very vigorous at the Hillier arboretum.

Pot size: 3L
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