|Quercus x audleyensis|
|Synonyms||ilex x petraea
= koehnei Ambrosy ex C.K.Schneid.
= Quercus 'Audleyensis'
|Leaves||8-9 cm, oblong-obovate; nearly leathery; entire with margine wavy, or with 4-5 pairs of teeth (or lobes); dark green, shiny above; lighter beneath with pubescence at base and on veins; petiole 1-2 cm long; actually, the leaves are variable even on the same twig;|
Bark, twigs and
|Hardiness zone, habitat||hardy; keeps its leaves to late fall;|
|Miscellaneous||it is a cultivar; discovered in 1912 at Audley End, Essex, GB.|