Quercus schottkyana

A SW Chinese endemic evergreen oak, related to Q. glauca, but with the new foliage densely white hairy and pinky-red, turning green above and glaucous beneath, serrated and with a drawn out tip. A handsome Cyclobalanopsis oak, rare in cultivation, but doing very well here. The largest known in the UK is a young specimen 10m tall at Chevithorne Barton.

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