Which country is famous for oak tree?
|Country||Common name||Scientific name|
|Lebanon||Lebanon Cedar||Cedrus libani|
|Macedonia||Macedonian Pine (unofficial)||Pinus peuce|
Where are oak trees normally found?
North America contains the most significant number of oak species, with around 90 growing in the U.S., while Mexico has 160 species, of which 109 are endemic. The second most significant center of oak diversity is China, which includes almost 100 species.
What kind of wood comes from Vietnam?
Siamese Rosewood, a.k.a. Vietnamese Rosewood, is one of the most dense, dimensionally stable rosewoods. The wood is derived from large evergreen trees which grow in open, semi-deciduous forests.
Do oak trees grow in Africa?
f. Oldfieldia africana, also known as the African oak, is a large tree which can grow to 36 metres or more in height. It is to be found across West Africa in such countries as Ivory Coast, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Gabon, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo Republic.
Does oak grow in China?
Several popular varieties of oak trees are native to and still thrive in China. One of these species, the cork oak, was cultivated commercially in Asia and Europe to produce bottle stoppers and other cork products. Other species of oak native to China have been imported and grown successfully in North America.
Where do oak trees grow best?
Most oak trees grow best in full sun or partial shade. Oaks have moderate water needs, and can withstand periods of excessive moisture or moderate drought. Avoid planting them in a spot where the soil is very dry or routinely saturated with water.