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Re: Help...Turkey Oak??!!

   In your search for "Turkey Oak" Quercus cerris, a cultivated oak in
Britain,  Don't get it confused with Quercus laevis, our native Turkey Oak,
common to sandy soils in the southeast coastal plain.   This is the oak that
is found in the  Long-leaf Pine and Turkey Oak hills plant communities in
Florida and up the east coast to Virginia.  A great tree, but probably not
suitable for Minnesota.  Some one may sell you the wrong tree if you are not
Steve Roman, Champlin, MN
----- Original Message -----
From: <EntICE11@aol.com>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Sent: Saturday, April 15, 2000 10:24 PM
Subject: Help...Turkey Oak??!!

> Hi all,
> I saw a TV show today that showed a varigated Oak. Beautiful
> Technical name is
> Quercus cerris varagata. I have Varigated Maple, Varagated Hostas...I
> love to find a Varagated Oak.
> Does anybody know of anybody selling this oak in the US? I have found a
> source in the Uk. Certianly there has to be somebody here in the states.
> Thanks for any help you might be able to give....
> Paula
> Blaine,Mn
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