Quercus petraea subsp. iberica NJM 13.025

This is not from Spain or Portugal as the name might suggest, but actually a very rare eastern variant from SW Asia, the leaves having up to ten pairs of shallow lobes. These were found in the Eastern Caucasus in Azerbaijan. Highly drought resistant and completely hardy, making a fine large specimen oak.

Pot size: 5L
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