The English oak
The English oak or the pedunculate oak (Quercus robur
), native to the most of Europe and to Asia Minor to the Caucasus, and also to parts of North Africa, belongs to the largest European tree species. These majestic trees - often having a role in local folklore or mythology - are also one of the most long-lived decideous trees in the world.
1761 pedunculate oak trees (Quercus robur
) in 29 different countries are registered here.
Subspecies, varieties, and cultivars
- 'Fastigiata Tortuosa'
- 'Fastigiate Koster'
- var. 'Pectinata'