English oak

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Synonyms for English oak

medium to large deciduous European oak having smooth leaves with rounded lobes

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The oak found in most of Europe is the sessile oak (Quercus petraea), and differs from the English oak (Quercus robur) by having stalkless acorns.
There are other varieties but the English oak is the most well-known.
English oak trees are dedicated at Hemlington Lake, in memory of those who died in the First World War 130715TREES_07 PETER REIMANN
Originally done in English oak, it can also be crafted in natural teak, plastic or metal, or coated in a weather-resistant paint.
On the ground floor, the reception hallway has English oak flooring and matching staircase, as well as an open-plan living/ dining room, study, sitting room, and a kitchen/ breakfast room with an extensive range of built in wardrobes, granite work tops and matching island unit, inset Belfast sink and four-oven AGA, complementary built-in dresser unit, ceramic tiled floor, stable door to rear garden and period fireplace.
Objects Land use # research Dominant wood Age, types types object * species in the years first layer Point Nature 1 White willow n/a protectio n City 2 Black poplar n/a Rural 3 White mulberry n/a Linear Nature 4 Common ash 109 protectio n City 5 Norway maple n/a Forest 6 English oak 83 Rural 7 English oak 107 8 Common ash 111 9 Common ash 112 Areal City 10 English oak >100 Forest 11 English oak 101 Rural 12 English oak 97 13 English oak 111 Objects Land use Average Average Crown Adioinins types types height of diameter cover cenosis I layer M Point Nature 19.
In addition to traditional trees including English Oak, Poplar and Scot's Pine, Whitings installed 18 Pollarded Willows with girths of 70cm to frame and showcase the landscape, mitigating views of the car park but allowing vistas of the wider landscape.
They had a surprise when the Mirfield Show committee gave the school an eight-year-old English oak.
London, Feb 27 (ANI): When it comes to telling the difference between an English oak or a sycamore, one third of Britons might score a zero, according to a new study.
The planting scheme, coordinated by Phil Hart, Grounds Maintenance Customer Officer for West Wiltshire District Council, includes the use of traditional Yew, English Oak and Silver Birch--all species indigenous to the area.
Officials have launched a new environmentally-friendly policy, and to mark the move planted a sapling English oak at the Mons Hill campus.
If you keep in mind that veneer from an English oak can be worth $7 a square foot, the total replacement cost for the oaks was prohibitively expensive.
English Oak was used extensively throughout Michael Hopkins & Partners' award-winning Norwich Cathedral visitors' centre.
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