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Print this pageLink to this pageAdd page to favouritesWhat other names does it have?Can also be known asEnglish oak Pedunculate oak Sussex weedGeneric nameOakLatin nameQuercus roburFamily nameBeechLatin family nameFagaceaeWhat type of tree is it?Is it a broadleaf or conifer?It is a broadleafDoes it lose its leaves in autumn?Yes,Buy Air Max 2013
, it is deciduousSpecies description:Average height1525mLeafDescriptionThe leaves have large deep lobes and smooth edges. There are two tiny lobes where the leaf joins the stalk ShapeLobedColourDark greenColour of leaves in autumnOrangeybrown Leaf budOrangebrown oval buds which cluster at the tipsLeaf stalkShort stalkLeaf arrangementAlternateLeaf burst usually occursMidMayFlower, seed, and fruitType of flowerCatkinFlowering seasonEarly May till late JuneTree/flower sexBoth sexesFruit colourGreen ripening to brownType of seed bodyAcornSeeds dispersed byWildlifeBark and twigBark descriptionGrey with knobbly ridges Twig DescriptionBrown twigWhat other trees are similar?Can easily be confused with?Sessile oak which has long stalks on the leaves and almost no stalk on the acorn Turkey oak which has long whiskery buds and a 'mossy' cup on the acornWhere is it usually found?Is it native or nonnative to the British Isles?NativeWhere is its natural range?Britain and IrelandPreferred soil type or environmental conditions?Abundant in most conditions except marshy, very light or chalky soils. Most common in southeast and central EnglandWhat is its British conservation status?CommonAdditional informationHuman uses of tree and timberTraditionally there have been four main uses of oak.