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The Repton Oak

Observed: 11th February 2011 By: George WGeorge W’s reputation in PlantsGeorge W’s reputation in PlantsGeorge W’s reputation in Plants
The Repton Oak
Closer look at the trunk/s
Description:

Back in the 1800's when this area was part of the Wanstead House Estate, landscape gardener Humphrey Repton had around 14 young Sessil (also known as Durmast) Oaks tied together and planted. The result today is this huge tree.

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Species with which Sessile Oak (Quercus petraea) interacts