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Vecchio 12-08-2011, 11:22   #1
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Dear friends,
I would like to ask your opinion on the following:

Do you think that the Quercus suber could survive in temperatures of min. 0 to -1C and max. 35-38C (sometimes up to 40C)?
Do you think it is feasible to give her a try?
Is it worth it or should I look for another species suitable for these temperatures?

Thank you.
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Vecchio 12-08-2011, 11:32   #2
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Dear friends,
I would like to ask your opinion on the following:

Do you think that the Quercus suber could survive in temperatures of min. 0 to -1C and max. 35-38C (sometimes up to 40C)?
Do you think it is feasible to give her a try?
Is it worth it or should I look for another species suitable for these temperatures?

Thank you.
In sardinia we have temperatures like you
I think you'll have no problem
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Vecchio 12-08-2011, 11:38   #3
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Thank you, Mat19!
Do you have any suber of your own and how long?
I am in contact with Andrea about one quercus... but I am not so sure that it can survive.
I have tried last year with a beech (fagus sylvatica) and the poor tree was killed..., this spring it was not awake.
But since I am a beginner maybe I do not know what exactly went wrong with it...
I hope more people will give their suggestions ot help me



PS: I think I should not have posted in this thread.... Maybe some moderator could move these posts.... I'm sorry for the inconvenience...
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Vecchio 12-08-2011, 11:52   #4
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Thank you, Mat19!
Do you have any suber of your own and how long?
I am in contact with Andrea about one quercus... but I am not so sure that it can survive.
I have tried last year with a beech (fagus sylvatica) and the poor tree was killed..., this spring it was not awake.
But since I am a beginner maybe I do not know what exactly went wrong with it...
I hope more people will give their suggestions ot help me



PS: I think I should not have posted in this thread.... Maybe some moderator could move these posts.... I'm sorry for the inconvenience...
fagus is suitable in the mountains, the quercus suber is perfect with our temperatures.
Last year I picked up two quercus suber and are very well.
now the soil is composed of pumice and perlite because they have to root.

my English is terrible
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Vecchio 12-08-2011, 12:02   #5
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Your English is perfect!
So, you have collected last winter, haven't you?
When do you intend to repot?
Next year in early spring? Or this coming autumn?
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Vecchio 12-08-2011, 12:08   #6
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thank you

I collected in September 2010. they are now located in a village where they were taken.
I repot in the spring of 2012, if everything is ok
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Vecchio 12-08-2011, 12:20   #7
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I wish I could move to my countryside house....
I cannot wait until I get my pension. I am so tired of living in the big city and having all my trees in a balkony
I wish you the best!
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Vecchio 12-08-2011, 12:25   #8
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I understand you very well...I wish you to realize your dream
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