Quercus robur 'Fastigiata'

A tall, narrow form like the Lombardy poplar. Grows true from seed and possibly a botanical form native to the Pyrenees. Listed in England in 1838. Specimens?act: Acton (in front of University Hall Gallery); Yarralumla (opp. Sailing Club). Nsw: Faulconbridge (Jackson Park, Whitlam and McMahon trees); Wentworth Falls ('Pirramimma'). Vic: Ballarat (Victoria Park, Lydiard St street tree); Colac (Bot. Gds); Melbourne (King's Domain, about 10 m tall, opposite the Botanical Hotel); Leongatha (about 12 m tall, road behind butter factory); Mt. Macedon (park opposite Honour Avenue, 27 m tall in 1990, finest in state); Wandin (Melbourne City Council Nursery). '

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