Quercus robur 'Concordia'

Leaves entirely yellow, extremely slow growing.

Possibly originating in France, available in van Geert's nursery, Belgium in 1843, England in 1868.

Tends to burn in hot sun.

Propagated by grafting or budding scions on Q. robur rootstock.

SA: Beechwood Heritage Garden, Adelaide Hills; 'Auchendarroch', Mt Barker planted c. 1880, 15 m tall with canopy spread of 16 m in 1994. VIC: Ballarat (Nara St); Kyneton (Kyneton Botanic Gardens); Mt Macedon ('Dreamthorpe'); Riddells Creek.

Lothian (1992).

Created by: Rob Cross

Updated by: Rob Cross, December 2017

kingdom Plantae
phylum   Tracheophyta
class    Magnoliopsida
superorder     Rosanae
order      Fagales
family       Fagaceae
genus        Quercus L.
species         Quercus robur L.