Oak ‘Concordia’

“Oak Quercus robur ‘Concordia'” is a specific variety of common oak (Quercus robur) distinguished by its unique characteristics, which could include has like leaf colour or growth habit. Oaks are culturally and ecologically significant trees known for their lobed leaves and acorns.

The Appearance

A medium-sized deciduous tree with a rounded crown and bright golden-yellow leaves. It produces small, inconspicuous flowers and acorns.


The Produce

The Quercus robur 'Concordia' produces acorns as its fruit. These acorns, which are the seeds of the oak tree, are enclosed in a cup-shaped structure known as a cupule.


The Flowers

Produces small, inconspicuous flowers in spring, followed by acorns in autumn.


The Leaves

Quercus robur ‘Concordia’ boasts distinctive foliage that sets it apart. The leaves of this cultivar are a vibrant golden-yellow, adding a striking and luminous touch to the landscape.


The Bark

The bark is gray and smooth, becoming more fissured with age.


The Habitat

Prefers well-drained soils and full sun to partial shade. Commonly found in gardens and parks.


The Ecology

Provides habitat and food for various wildlife, including birds, insects, and mammals. The acorns are eaten by various animals.


The Culture

Valued for its striking golden foliage and ornamental appeal. Often planted in gardens and parks.


Fun Facts

Oak ‘Concordia’ is prized for its vibrant golden leaves, which provide a stunning display in spring and summer.

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