About This Plant

Quercus x turneri is a hybrid oak tree resulting from the crossbreeding of different oak species. The bark of Quercus x turneri is generally smooth and greyish, becoming more textured and furrowed as the tree matures. While the specific characteristics can vary, this hybrid oak is valued for its adaptability and resilience in various environmental conditions.

The Story


Turner’s Oak leaves that are glossy green and typically lobed. The leaves have a leathery texture and can vary in shape, often featuring deep, irregular lobes with pointed tips.


This deciduous tree produces distinctive acorns which are characterised by their small size and typically measure around 1 to 2 centimetres in length. The acorns are often encased in a cupule.
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