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Fagaceae
Quercus

Quercus pubescens

Downy oak, White oak

Flaum-Eiche, Weichharige Eiche - Chêne pubescent, Chêne blanc, Chêne truffier - Zachte eik, Zachtharige eik, Behaarde eik

Quercus pubescens Quercus pubescens
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Ovalt 1. størrelse højere end 12 meter Halvåben krone
Højde: 12 - 16 (20) m
Krone: oval, later round
Bark og grene: grey, cork-like grooves, young twigs covered with soft felt-like hairs
Blad: obovate to elliptical, green, 5 - 10 cm
Blomster: gold-coloured Y catkins, May
Frugter: ovoid acorns in groups of up to four, 1.5 - 2 cm long
Anvendelse: park tree
Jordtype: calcareous and loamy, somewhat moist
Vindbestandighed: good
Oprindelse: central and southern Europe, Caucasus and Asia Minor
Vinterhårdhedszone: 6a
Synonym: -

Occurs naturally in warm sunny regions on moist calcareous mountainsides. There it sometimes attains a height of up to 20 m. When cultivated, Q. pubescens is grafted onto Q. robur and remains smaller. The grey trunk has deep cork-like grooves. The buds and young twigs are covered in soft felt-like hairs. The leaves vary in shape: obovate to elliptical. Length 5 - 10 cm, width 3 - 5 cm. The underside of the leaf is also covered in soft hairs. The leaves are irregular, mostly with shallow lobes. The lobes are sometimes rounded off bluntly, sometimes pointed. The leaves somewhat resemble those of Q. robur but remain considerably smaller. The acorns are grouped in twos and fours and are half enclosed by the cupule; the latter is covered with contiguous scales that carry felt-like hairs.

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