Encino Oak

Quercus lancifolia, also known as the encino oak, is a species of oak tree native to Asia, particularly in the Himalayan region. It is a medium-sized deciduous tree that can grow up to 20 meters tall. The leaves are narrow and lance-shaped, hence its common name, and turn yellowish-brown in the fall. The bark is dark brown and develops deep fissures as the tree matures. Quercus lancifolia is commonly used for timber and is highly valued for its strength and durability. The tree's acorns are also an important food source for squirrels and birds.

Encino Oak

(Quercus lancifolia)


Hard Wood

Image 1 of Encino Oak