The wood of the pedunculate oak is used in furniture construction and as construction timber. Native to Europe. Can also be used for individual stands, afforestation and as a street tree. Hard and industry-proof, drought-resistant, road salt-proof, tolerates urban climates.
The English oak is undemanding, grows on clay soils, even on light, dry soils, and avoids high groundwater such as waterlogging
- Height: 40 m high
- Crown: high domed crown
- Trunk: diameter up to 100cm
- Roots: deep roots, in old age cardiac lower root system
- Blossom / fruit: single-sexed, yellow-green blossom, May-June blossom, fruits in several acorns, long stems up to 5-12 cm, acorns enclosed by a third of the cup.
- Leaves / needles
- Alternately 8-12 cm long, yellowish to brown in autumn, the leaves often stick to younger trees for a long time
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|817 01||Lower Saxony coastal area
|817 02||Baltic Sea coastal area|
|817 03||Heide and Altmark|
|817 04||East German lowlands|
|817 05||Middle German low and
|817 06||West German mountainous region|
|817 07||Upper Rhine Graben|
|817 08||Southeast German Hill
and mountainous country
|817 09||South German hill and
Mountains and Alps