Quercus robur   Pedunculate Oak CCC D N

Quercus robur

The commonest oak in the British Isles, this tree is found in all parts and islands. It prefers richer deeper soils has leaves have distinct auricles at the base and are virtually unstalked.

Quercus robur is found virtaully everywhere in the British Isles and Ireland but is rare on the outer islands

Cheshire Lane 24th April 2005

Added on November 16th 2005, updated 8th August 2011

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