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quercus dentata - japanese emperor oak - kashiwa - daimyo oak

Posted by nfabian none (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 26, 14 at 11:38

can anyone help me find seeds or seedlings for these trees? thanks!

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RE: quercus dentata - japanese emperor oak - kashiwa - daimyo oak

I asked a similar question about a few other asian oaks. It seems like they are all pretty hard to come by seed wise. I think there is enough demand to import these types of things from Asia. I'm not sure why a few seed companies arnt actively doing that as asian flora has allot to offer. Especially the Quercus kind. Maybe someone knows of a tree that sets seeds in this country and can help you get some seeds in the fall. My guess is allot of the asian quercus seeds sprout on hitting the ground so are probably hard to collect and store. Perhaps demand is not super high idk but I'm sick of the asian oak black hole lol

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