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Quercus genus


Located with others alongside a Hawthorn Hedge in Shropshire Produces Acorns in the Autumn(fall) The Oak wood is known for its great strength and hardness with a density of 0.75g/cm3 Quite resistant to disease and fungal attack due to its high tannin content Pic#2 shows the fresh Spring leaf


Spread throughout the UK, the larger ones taking hundreds of years to grow. The Oak is the national tree of Britain and the Oak leaf is the National trust emblem

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England, United Kingdom

Spotted on May 28, 2013
Submitted on May 28, 2013

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