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- petraea, commonly known as the sessile oak, Cornish oak, Irish Oak or durmast oak, is a species of oak tree native to most of Europe and into Anatolia...
- girth. It has been proven that the roofs of these buildings are actually Durmast oak, which closely resembles chestnut in grain and color. It is therefore...
- cultivated field iger / ižer ager agro chickpea i****r cicer cece cìxiri ċiċri durmast iskir aesculus rovere, eschio/ischio cat qaṭṭus cattus gatto gatu/ batu/...
- Linnaeus, and the name is derived from the Roman name, aesculus, of the durmast oak. Turbinata means ‘conical’, ‘turbinate’, or ‘top-shaped’. Flora of...
- Quercus peduncularis — # Central America Quercus petraeasessile oak, durmast oak — Europe, Anatolia Quercus polymorphaMonterrey oak, Mexican white...
- Colour schemes for the flower garden (1921) Restored Jekyll garden at Durmast House, Burley, Hampshire, UK Jekyll garden in Woodbury CT, USA Gertrude...
- in the park. There are also forests of willow, poplar, common hornbeam, durmast oak and Turkey oak. In total, there are 1,600 plant species in the park...
- Carnia changes with altitude. Up to the elevation of 400–500 metres stand durmast and chestnut forests and some submontane cultivation zones, but very soon...
- active parti****tion of the ****ure crew members. Ivlia was built from Durmast oak and Siberian larch, the oars are of beech. Technical design of the...
- to his own name: at Cristești, he used, and sometimes lived in, a giant durmast oak with a view of the Ceahlău M****if. At the time, S****za also became...