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Quercus Turneri Pseudoturneri - Turners Oak

Quercus Turneri Pseudoturneri Turner’s Oak, a spreading, dome-shaped, semi-evergreen Oak
Quercus Turneri Pseudoturneri or Turner’s Oak semi-evergreen
Available Sizes to buy online All Prices Include VAT
Height Excluding Pot:
2.5-3m (8ft 2-9ft 10)

Plant shape: Full standard
Trunk height: 150 cm
Trunk girth: 6-8 cm
Bare Root
Plant ID: 4422 65
Price: £215.00
40% Discount £129.00
Height Excluding Pot:
2.75-3.25m (9ft 0-10ft 7)

Plant shape: Full standard
Trunk height: 170 cm
Trunk girth: 8-10 cm
Bare Root
Plant ID: 4423 65
Price: £265.00
40% Discount £159.00
Height Excluding Pot:
3-3.5m (9ft 10-11ft 5)

Plant shape: Full standard
Trunk height: 180 cm
Trunk girth: 10-12 cm
Bare Root
Plant ID: 4424 65
Price: £400.00
40% Discount £240.00
Height Excluding Pot:
3.25-3.75m (10ft 7-12ft 3)

Plant shape: Full standard
Trunk height: 180 cm
Trunk girth: 12-14 cm
Bare Root
Plant ID: 4425 65
Price: £660.00
40% Discount £396.00

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         Excellent for ordinary use in appropriate conditions/Available to buy/Of good constitution/Essentially stable in form & colour/Reasonably resistant to pests & diseases

Quercus Turneri Pseudoturneri or Turner’s Oak is a variety of oak tree. It is large, semi-evergreen tree. Unlike its hybrid parent, this cultivar’s foliage persists well into the winter and it is more compact in size. Dome-shaped, with attractive leathery foliage, this oak tree is ideally suited to be grown as a focus of interest in the garden.

A cross between Quercus Ilex (the native evergreen Holm Oak) and Quercus Robur (the English Oak), this highly-decorative cultivar possesses all the noteworthy qualities of its parents. The compact, rounded head of the tree consists of leathery, dark green leaves. The foliage is leathery, deeply lobed and each leaf is around 10 centimetres long. In the spring, inconspicuous yellowish-green catkins appear on the tree, followed by clusters of narrow acorns, 2 centimetres in size. Depending on the conditions its grown in, Quercus Turneri Pseudoturneri can keep its green foliage during winter months.

Similar to other Oaks, Quercus Turneri Pseudoturneri prefers deep, fertile, moist but well-drained soils. Quite adaptable, this oak cultivar will be perfectly happy in full sun to partial shade, whether planted in an exposed or sheltered location. However, if planted in a sheltered spot in the garden, this tree will keep its lovely foliage for a longer period of time. Can tolerate wet soils once fully established.

First introduced in 1880, this Turner’s Oak variety was bred in England, and it is fully hardy in the United Kingdom, even in severe winters. Disease-free and rarely affected by any serious pests, this cultivar is known for its good performance in the garden. In fact, his good constitution and outstanding qualities have been recognized by the Royal Horticultural Society’s prestigious Award of Garden Merit.

Height & Width:
Slow-growing, with a spreading habit, this tree can grow to be 20 metres high and across.

Keeping its habit neat and tidy will not require any special care. All this Turner’s Oak variety needs is routine removal of damaged and congested stems. To encourage new growth, prune lightly in the spring.

Quercus Turneri Pseudoturneri is a stately tree with attractive, semi-evergreen foliage and it looks great when grown as a specimen tree. Its lovely growth habit is best appreciated when this tree is planted on large lawns, or near patios, where its dense canopy provides shade from summer heat. You might also be interested in our selection of large trees. For more oak varieties, take a look at cultivars such as the Purple-Leaved English Oak, Swamp Spanish Oak, or the rare Mexican Oak.

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