|Botanical Name||Quercus robur|
|Common Name||Pedunculate Oak|
|Notes||One of two English Oaks planted in the garden in the later days of the hotel or in the early 1960s before the council took over the site. As with its partner along the path, most of the acorns are lost to the knopper gall wasp imported with Turkey Oaks.|
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