name botanical:Quercus mongolica
family:Beech family (Fagaceae)
height:up to 20 m (66 ft)
fall foliage:red - dark red
flowering:May - June
The male inflorescences are yellowish-green, hanging.
The twigs are light brown with lenticels. The buds are red-brown and ovoid. The axial buds are individually and stick out. The terminal buds occur frequently. The terminal bud is significantly larger than the side buds.
location:Sun to slight shade
Garden and park tree.
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