Tree List


ACER BETULA CARPINUS FAGUS
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QUERCUS acutissima

QUERCUS nuttallii

QUERCUS Mauri

QUERCUS Rysophylla Maya

QUERCUS dentata Carl Ferris Miller

QUERCUS langtry

QUERCUS nigra Nyewoodii

QUERCUS sartorii


QUERCUS Acutifolia Mexico

QUERCUS Acutifolia x mexicana Mexico

This hybrid tree mostly grows with glossy dark green leaves. These are elongated with wavy edges. These grafted young trees should produce attractively shaped trees as they mature.

QUERCUS Acutissima China/Japan

Saw tooth oak. Medium tree, narrow habit, polished green leaves. bristle tipped, up to 8 ins long.

QUERCUS Acutissima Gobbler USA

QUERCUS Affinis Mexico

QUERCUS Ajudaghiensis

QUERCUS Alba USA

QUERCUS Alba elongata

QUERCUS Alba sinuata

QUERCUS Aliena China

Hardy and vigorous oak from China with lobed leaves.

QUERCUS Andegavensis

QUERCUS Arizonica USA

QUERCUS Arkansana USA

WATER OAK. Light green leaves. The whole tree has a most attractive appearance.

QUERCUS Atlantica

QUERCUS Austrina USA

QUERCUS Benderi

QUERCUS Berberidifolia USA

QUERCUS Bicolor USA

QUERCUS Bicolor stellata USA

QUERCUS Brayii USA

QUERCUS Buckleyii USA

QUERCUS Bushii USA

QUERCUS Canbyi Mexico

QUERCUS Candicans

QUERCUS Capesii

QUERCUS Cerris Afyon Lace Europe

QUERCUS Cerris argenteovariegata Turkey

QUERCUS Cerris marmorata Holland

QUERCUS chenii China

QUERCUS Crisolepis Mexico

QUERCUS crispipilis

QUERCUS Coccinea USA

SCARLET OAK. Medium size, outstanding scarlet Autumn foliage, drought tolerant. Deeply lobed leaves.

QUERCUS conspersa

QUERCUS crimson spire

QUERCUS Crassipes

QUERCUS Cyrille Mexico

QUERCUS Dalas red Texas USA

QUERCUS dentata Carl Ferris Miller USA

QUERCUS Dentata yunnanensis Hungary

QUERCUS Dorings Zweizack Korea

A small tree from Korea with spectacularly large leaves attached to downy twigs. Beautiful and desirable.

QUERCUS Elliottii China

QUERCUS Ellipsoidalis Hemelrijk

QUERCUS Exacta Korea

QUERCUS Fabric USA & Europe

QUERCUS Facrist robur

QUERCUS Falcata USA

QUERCUS Fastigiata robur USA

NORTHERN PIN OAK. This has deeply lobed leaves with bristle-pointed teeth, shiny above and paler below. Deep red and scarlet in Autumn.

QUERCUS Frainetto H Crown

QUERCUS Franchettii China

A most rare and attractive oak, selected by John Gammon in the Yunnan district of China. An elegant oak with lovely oval leaves that have saw-toothed edges.

QUERCUS Garryana Europe

QUERCUS Georgiana USA

QUERCUS Germinata USA

QUERCUS Gilva Europe

QUERCUS Glandulifera

QUERCUS Gravesii USA

QUERCUS Greggii USA

QUERCUS Hastingii USA

QUERCUS Hawkinsiae USA

QUERCUS Haynaldiana China/Japan

QUERCUS Hemispherica

QUERCUS Heterophylla China

QUERCUS Hispanica Fulhamensis

QUERCUS Hispanica lucombeana USA

QUERCUS Hispanica waasland

QUERCUS Hispanica Wageningen

QUERCUS Ilex Fordii USA

QUERCUS Ilicifolia USA

QUERCUS Imbricaria Europe

QUERCUS Imertina

QUERCUS Insignisa USA

QUERCUS Introgressa USA

QUERCUS Laevis S Europe

QUERCUS Langtry S USA

QUERCUS Laurifolia S Europe

Raised in Exeter by William Lucombe this oak has dark green shiny leaves that are semi evergreen. Its leaves have shallow lobes. A very desirable oak.

QUERCUS Laurina S Europe

QUERCUS Libanerris S Europe

Another dependable and lovely oak. Its dark glossy leaves have attractive lobes. Slightly corky bark.

QUERCUS Longipes Europe

QUERCUS Ludoviciana USA

QUERCUS lusitanica USA

SHINGLE OAK. This is a magnificent oak which is able to grow in either moist soils or in drought conditions. It has shiny mid green leaves which are elongated ovals in shape.

QUERCUS Macanthera

QUERCUS Macrocarpa

QUERCUS Marilandica USA

This is a rare oak that has the most beautiful pink blush to the first flush of its dark green leaves. Attractive leaves have a resemblance to the chestnut tree.

QUERCUS Mauri USA

QUERCUS Mexicana USA

QUERCUS Michauxii Europe

QUERCUS Mohriana

QUERCUS Montana USA

QUERCUS Muhlenbergii USA

QUERCUS Myrsinafolia USA

This is a superb red oak. It has attractively lobed light green leaves that give it an elegant poise throughout summer. In autumn its leaves turn brilliant scarlet. The tree is extremely rare and seed was collected by John Gammon from a small group of these oaks that grew in New Mexico.

QUERCUS Myrtifolia USA

QUERCUS Nigra Nyewoodii Mexico

QUERCUS Nuttallii Holland

QUERCUS Oglethorpensis

QUERCUS Pacifica Israel

QUERCUS Pagoda USA

QUERCUS Palustris

QUERCUS Palustris silhout. USA

QUERCUS Pannosa Armenia

QUERCUS Parvula

QUERCUS Petrae accutiloba

QUERCUS Petrae schocenesis USA

QUERCUS Phellos

QUERCUS Phillyreoides USA

QUERCUS Polymorpha USA

QUERCUS Prinoides USA

QUERCUS Pubescens USA

A spectacular and lovely red oak. Fairly vigorous growth when young when it produces fresh green shoots. Causes admiring comments.

QUERCUS Pyrenaica

QUERCUS Rhysophylla Mexico

QUERCUS Rhysophylla maya USA

QUERCUS Riparia USA

QUERCUS Robur inber USA

QUERCUS Robur irtha USA

QUERCUS Robur Zeeland USA

QUERCUS Rubra x imbricaria USA

QUERCUS Runcinata USA

QUERCUS Sadleriana

QUERCUS Sartorii USA

QUERCUS Saulii USA

Produced from a seedling at these nurseries this attractive tree receives many compliments wherever it is seen. Grows in damp or dryer soils it makes a good focus point for a lawn or flower bed. A small oak.

QUERCUS Schochiana x pal x phellos USA

RED RIVER OAK. Fast growing, beautiful shaped leaves. Grows on dry or moist soil. Superb autumn shades of red, orange and copper.

QUERCUS Schuettei USA

QUERCUS Serrata

QUERCUS Shumardii USA

QUERCUS Sinuate breviloba USA

PIN OAK. Free growing, elegant slender branches, brilliant scarlet in autumn.

QUERCUS Sternbergii USA

QUERCUS Suber USA

QUERCUS Texana China

QUERCUS Trojana Europe

QUERCUS Vaseyana Europe

QUERCUS Velutina USA

QUERCUS Vilmoriana China

QUERCUS Virgiliana Mexico

QUERCUS Warei River bank USA

QUERCUS Warei Wind candle