European Penduculate Oak

96-03    European pedunculate oak, often called English oak (Quercus robur), is a large, adaptable, and variable tree that is the most common oak throughout most of Europe. It’s the famous oak species of Robin Hood’s Sherwood Forest and can be found in several countries as ancient specimens more than 1000 years old. We have planted many of these trees here at Oak Ridge. This one came from specimen #563-32 at the Morton Arboretum, a well formed tree typical of its species.

Location:

39.826614 N, 89.658557 W

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