Quercus sadleriana

A Western North American evergreen scrub oak endemic to the Siskiyou Mts., forming a handsome stoutly branched shrub only 1.8 to 3m high. The comparatively large leathery deep-green leaves to about 12cm long are paler beneath and are conspicuously and deeply parallel veined and surprisingly similar to Q. pontica. A slow growing drought tolerant rarity.

Pot size: 2L
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