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Photo of Quercus suber (Cork Oak)

Quercus suber - Commonly called cork oak, is a medium sized evergreen oak. Trees typically mature to 40-70’ tall. Leathery, wavy-toothed, ovate, shiny dark green leaves (to 2-4” long) are gray-tomentose below. Thick, rough, deeply fissured, corky bark with reddish-brown furrows has a unique beauty, particularly on older trees. Over time, bark will grow to as much as 12” thick. Insignificant monoecious flowers appear in spring in male catkins (2-3” long) and in short-stalked female clusters. Fruits are narrow oval-oblong acorns (to 1.25” long).  Family: Fagaceae  

Quercus suber (Cork Oak) 2

Author : Walter Erhardt
Photo # : 44202
Online since: November 17th 2022


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Quercus suber (Cork Oak)

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