obovate, deeply lobed, glossy dark green, 10 - 20 cm
gold coloured Y catkins, 7 - 10 cm long, May
ovoid acorns, 1 - 2 cm, 2 to 5 grouped together
parks and avenues
nutritious, preferably loamy
Устойчивость к ветру:
J. Frank Schmidt & Son, Boring, OR, United States, 1989
This cultivar is distinguished from the species by its regular manner of growth and a well closed leaf cover. Fairly fast-growing with a good ascending main trunk and angular ascending branches. The short trunk has fine grooves and the bark flakes off in platelets. Young twigs are bare, hairy and olive-green. Older twigs are bare and grey. The leaves are very deeply and regularly lobed. The large lobes are also lobed or carry blunt serrations. The leaves are glossy dark green, the underside light green. They are 10 - 20 cm long, sometimes longer when the tree grows vigorously. Width 7 - 12 cm. The acorns are one third to a half enclosed by the cupule; the latter is densely covered with narrow, contiguous, hairy scales. The cupules and the leaves are very characteristic of the species.