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Quercus coccinea

Scarlet oak

Scharlach-Eiche - Chêne écarlate, Chêne cocciné - Scharlaken eik

Quercus coccinea Quercus coccinea
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Bredt kegleformet/bredt pyramideformet 1. størrelse højere end 12 meter Halvåben krone
Højde: 20 - 25 m
Krone: broad ovoid, later rounded
Bark og grene: dark grey to almost black, moderately rough, yellowish-brown twigs
Blad: elongated to oval, with deep pointed lobes, fresh green, 9 - 15 cm
Blomster: gold coloured Y catkins, 6 - 8 cm long, May
Frugter: single acorns, 1.5 - 2.5 cm
Anvendelse: park tree
Jordtype: all types, preferably moist
Vindbestandighed: good
Oprindelse: eastern part of North America
Vinterhårdhedszone: 5b
Synonym: -

Occurs in mixed deciduous woodland in the eastern part of North America. Forms a broad crown with branches growing horizontally. The bark is dark grey to almost black and is moderately rough. Q. coccinea bears a strong resemblance to Q. palustris. But Q. coccinea's young twigs are yellowish brown while those of Q. palustris are olive-green. The leaves are elongated to oval (sometimes obovate) and pinnated with 7 - 9 projecting serrated lobes. They are less deeply incised than those of Q. palustris and are 9 -15 cm long and 6 - 11 (15) cm wide. In the autumn the leaves turn a deep scarlet red. Once they have become brown they remain on the tree until halfway through the winter. The single acorns are one-third enclosed by the cupule. The latter is thickly covered with short contiguous scales.

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