Quercus pyrenaica (Pyrenean Oak)
Native: South Europe and Morroco
Location: Sometimes grown in collections.
Leaves are variable, often fairly large, up to 20cm long and deeply cut, covered with felt at first, later only felted on the greyish underside.
Does not flower until June, but then profusely, with the young, very downy leaves, the females are in the new leaf axils.
Acorns are found on a downy erect stalk.