Japanese oak

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Noun1.Japanese oak - oak with moderately light fine-grained wood; Japan
oak tree, oak - a deciduous tree of the genus Quercus; has acorns and lobed leaves; "great oaks grow from little acorns"
2.Japanese oak - small evergreen tree of China and Japan
Lithocarpus densiflorus, tanbark oak - evergreen tree of the Pacific coast area having large leathery leaves; yields tanbark
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' Mizunara is a Japanese oak which only grows in Hokkaido.
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Nevertheless, three years of plant hunting delivered numerous species of oriental rhododendron, Japanese oak and dwarf bamboo back to the Veitch nurseries, as well as to Kew Gardens.
This time she planted some Japanese oak trees near the cathedral in recognition of Coventry's commitment to peace and reconciliation.
Based on a survey of the local natural greenery, 55 types of trees, including "sudajii" (a type of Japanese beech tree) and "arakashi" (a type of Japanese oak), were planted to create a production site that could serve as a lush and diverse habitat for various living creatures.
Professor Hopper will be planting a special oak tree at Treborth Botanic Garden during his stay - a Japanese oak which was donated to Treborth by Kew's own Horticultural Diploma students in thanks for the field course delivered to them each autumn by Bangor University's botanic garden staff and its Friends.
it caused people to sit up and take notice." He continues, "Japanese oak casks bring a joss-stick-like quality to it as well.
The surfaces of samples of Japanese oak (Quercus mongolica var.
The entry and main room, which serves as a teahouse and living room, are wrapped with chestnut, mulberry, paulownia, and nara (a Japanese oak).
The property has featured in Cheshire Life and boasts a number of impressive features such as beautiful Japanese oak wood flooring, doors and staircase.
And the widow of the famous Beatle asked the museum's London correspondent, Kozue Etsuzen, to come to Coventry to check on the progress of the Japanese oak trees she planted near the cathedral after being invited to the city last October.
Yoko joined senior clergy from the Cathedral, multi-faith leaders from the city and children from a primary school to dedicate two Japanese Oak trees in celebration of her life and work with Lennon.

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