Quercus semecarpifolia Small leaved form

A Nepalese collection of this splendid, but rarely seen evergreen oak with smaller than normal leaves. Potentially forming a strong upright tree 15 to 20m tall given 100 years, with handsome undulate foliage, spine edged on young plants, but entire on older specimens, with the undersides conspicuously sand-yellow hairy. Very hardy.

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