Available Autumn 2019 - Quercus petraea 'Laciniata Crispa' is an extremely rare oak with fascinating narrow, long (up to 25 cm) and sometimes deeply divided leaves. Native to Britain, Quercus petraea is distinguished from our only other native oak, Quercus robur (English Oak) by its stalkless acorns.
The leaves are eye-catching and hang gracefully from the branches. A lovely but slow growing specimen garden tree.
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