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Quercus chrysolepis (Canyon oak)

Other names: Maul oak, Golden cup oak, Canyon live oak, Californian live oak

Q. chrysolepis is a spreading, evergreen tree or shrub with scaly, whitish-grey or red-flushed bark, ovate to elliptic, spiny-toothed, leathery, glossy, mid- to dark green leaves, grey- or yellow-hairy beneath, and oblong to ovoid, sharp-tipped acorns in felted cups.
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Ultimate spread 10m
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Ultimate height 20m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Quercus acutissima (Sawtooth oak)

Other names: Sawthorn oak, Japanese silkworm oak

Q. acutissima is a rounded, deciduous tree with fissured, corky, grey to black bark and ovate to lance-shaped, glossy, mid-green leaves with bristle-tipped teeth. Ovoid acorns are borne in cups covered with long, slender, hairy scales.
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Ultimate height 20m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Quercus phellos (Willow oak)

Q. phellos is a large deciduous tree forming a dense oblong crown of simple long leaves and inconspicuous yellow-green catkins in spring followed by small acorns.
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Ultimate spread 12m
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Ultimate height 15m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Quercus ilex (Holm oak)

Other names: Evergreen oak, Holly-leaved oak, Holly-oak, Ilex

Q. ilex is a large evergreen tree forming a dense crown of rounded leaves and inconspicuous yellow-green catkins in spring followed by characteristic acorns.
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Ultimate spread 12m
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Ultimate height 15m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Quercus robur (Common oak)

Other names: Pedunculate oak, Polish oak, Slavonian oak, English oak, Black oak, French oak

Q. robur is a large deciduous tree forming a broad crown of rounded leaves which turn reddish-brown in autumn and inconspicuous yellow-green catkins in spring followed by characteristic acorns.
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Ultimate spread 12m
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Ultimate height 15m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Quercus agrifolia (California live oak)

Other names: Coast live oak, Encina

Q. agrifolia is a dense, spreading, evergreen tree with ridged, grey bark, oval, convex, spiny-toothed, glossy, dark green leaves and slender, ovoid, pointed acorns enclosed by a cap with thin, overlapping scales.
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Ultimate height 10m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Lithocarpus edulis (Japanese stone oak)

Other names: Pasania edulis , Quercus edulis, Quercus glabra, Quercus laevigata, Japanese tanbark oak, Japanese false oak

L. edulis is a rounded to broadly spreading evergreen tree with oblong, veined, glossy, leathery, dark green leaves and erect spikes of pale yellow-green flowers in spring are followed by orange-brown acorns.
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Ultimate spread 8m
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Ultimate height 10m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Quercus frainetto 'Hungarian Crown' (Hungarian oak 'Hungarian Crown')

'Hungarian Crown' is a fast-growing tree with a large, rounded crown. It has good autumn colour.
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Ultimate spread 12m
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Ultimate height 15m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Quercus robur Fastigiata Group (Common oak Fastigiata Group)

Other names: Pedunculate oak Fastigiata Group, Polish oak Fastigiata Group, English oak Fastigiata Group, Black oak Fastigiata Group, French oak Fastigiata Group, Quercus robur f. fastigiata

Fastigiata Group are large, upright, deciduous trees bearing ovate to oblong, dark green leaves with rounded lobes and inconspicuous yellow-green catkins in spring followed by ovoid acorns.
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Ultimate spread 15m
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Ultimate height 15m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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