Quercus robur - Pedunculate Oak
Quercus robur - Pedunculate Oak is an iconic species that supports more life than any other tree species in the UK. One of the most economically and ecologically important trees species in Europe.
Pedunculate (or English) Oak is a large deciduous tree with a broad spreading crown. The stalkless leaves have 4-5 deep lobes and the acorns grow on stalks or ‘peduncules’, hence the name.
Pedunculate Oak prefers lowland areas whereas Sessile Oak prefers wetter upland areas.
To protect and aid establishment of Pedunculate Oak you may wish to consider Tubex Combitube which is a ventilated shelter that provides an open, airy environment for producing Oak.