cork oak

eshwill at pacbell.net eshwill at pacbell.net
Sat May 30 18:55:49 EST 1998


In article <356E24C8.6C94 at utahlinx.com>,
  wilsonk at utahlinx.com wrote:
>
> Just out of curiosity, has anyone tried to grow cork oak in California
> (or anywhere else in the U.S.)?  If so, what happened?  Do the trees
> die, or is very low grade cork produced, or did something else happen?
> Thanks.   Pam
>

  pam-well,as a parks worker in calif.,i take care parks with cork oak as park
      trees.they seem to do pretty good and there are some fine trees.this is
      here in the central valley with mild winters and hot summers.there are
      sprinklers watering during the summer.there is one cork oak in the
      foothills that i know about,because of it history and it seems to be
      doing great.i couldn't begin to tell you the grade of cork.i hope this
      helps you.

      rangerider=john

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