|Quercus x hickelii|
|Synonyms||pontica x robur|
|Growth habit||shrub or small tree;|
|Leaves||large leaves (to 15 cm long x 10 cm wide); obovate, sometimes obovate-elliptic; apex mucronate, obtuse; narrowly auricled base, seldom cuneate; glossy dark green above ; paler, dull beneath; both sides glabrous; margin coarsely toothed, with blunt slightly mucronate teeth; 12-16 pairs of lateral veins, prominent beneath; very short petiole;|
|Flowers||flowers and fruits resemble those of robur;|
Bark, twigs and
|Hardiness zone, habitat||hardy zone 7;|
between the parents. It grows taller and faster than Q.
pontica, and has smaller buds.
-- For Govaerts & Frodin, it is a cultivar...
-- Cultivated since 1922;