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English oak

quercuspetraea, Q. robur.
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For many creatures the English oak is a tree of life, and with so many species to be found, an oak wood offers the wildlife photographer plenty of subject potential for the camera.
My favourite variety is Quercus coccinea 'Splendens' which has dark green leaves that are longer and thinner than the English oak but turn a brilliant red in autumn.
However, for those folks looking for other varieties of trees or who don't want to grow a tree from seed, consider ordering one of the special tree kits that include such names as Audubon English Oak, Saratoga Black Locust, Lover's Live Oak or the Elvis Presley Weeping Willow.
Gomersall was quoted as saying the ''Green Alliance'' project to plant English oak trees in 190 places throughout Japan this year is proceeding well.
The courthouse does, however, sport English oak paneling, a 45,000-square-foot glass wall overlooking the harbor, "spacious waterfront chambers for judges, and a five-story Great Hall.
The two fabulous colognes, English Oak & Redcurrant and English Oak & Hazelnut, from [euro]54 for 30mls on shelves now, are the perfect antidote to the post summer blues.
The staircase was built in solid English oak giving that extra chic-ness to the ambience.
The volunteers, who spent hours in the area just off Woolwhich Road, Witherwack, planted birch trees, hazel, rowan, English oak, hawthorn and blackthorn trees.
THIS new architect-designed five-bedroom house - featuring Welsh slate and English oak - has bags of style.
Angela's family has recently commissioned a seat, made from the best English oak at the workshops of Beaver Furniture at Sutton-under-Whitestonecliffe, near Thirsk, which has been set on the nature reserve, next to the Cleveland Way and is the perfect place to sit and contemplate a fantastic view of the coast.
Northumberland County Council's neighbourhood services team is holding another event with helpers wanted to plant 500 English oak trees in the area between Bishopton Way and Causey Hill Way, Hexham.

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