Saturday, May 28, 2016

Turkish oak #1 avaialble

This nice tree is available for trade or sale.





5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can something be done to improve the lower trunk?

Walter Pall said...

Sure, this is the weakest point at the moent. Let gow freely every spring and thicken the branches. -At the same time the lower part of the trunka and the nebari will improve. It is just a matter of time.

Anonymous said...

From my experience the pedunculate oak (Quercus robur)is highly susceptible to powdery mildew. Is cerris more resistant to it? Yours looks quite healthy. Do you (have to) treat it with fungicides?

Walter Pall said...

No mildew at all on this tree. No treatment other than spraying with diluted lime sulphur in March.

Boris Alexander said...

By the way, I spray my quercus robur with a mixture of water and a little milk!
The leaves look greener and healtier and they dont get mildew or even loose it!
Cheers, Boris