Quercus robur 'fastigiata'
The most common cultivar of English Oak is Quercus robur 'Fastigiata', and is the exception among Q. robur cultivars that are generally smaller than the standard tree, growing to between 10 and 15m. Narrowly conical to columnar tree with dense deciduous leaves, and upright branching. Foliage is dark green to bluish-green with a distinctive auriculate (ear-like projection) near the narrow base. Greenish-yellow to yellowish-brown in autumn. Tends to hold dead leaves into winter. Acorns to 2.5 cm long in groups of up to seven on long stalks.
78.00 Location E5 Latitude; -38.402978000000 Longitude;146.052813000000