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  Quercus x schochiana
Author Dieck ex E.J.Palmer 1892
Synonyms palustris x phellos
Local names  
Range Illinois, Kentucky, Arkansas;
Growth habit 20m ; spreading crown;
Leaves 5-18 cm long, sometimes with small sharp lobes but often entire; oblong, lustrous; lower side glabrous or with small axil tufts; bright yellow in autumn, evergreen in sheltered places;
Flowers  
Fruits sterile;

Bark, twigs and
buds

 
Hardiness zone, habitat hardy; prefers wet soils;
Miscellaneous -- discovered at Worlitz (Germany) in 1894 and introduced in Europe the same year; native where parents are meeting;
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