|Quercus cerris 'Arnissa' Jablonski Journ. Int. Oak Soc., 21: 38 (2010)|
Subgenus Quercus, section Cerris
Named by the originator, André Charlier, after the village of Arnissa, situated along the shore of the Vegoriti Lake in Kentriki Makedonia, Greece, at an elevation of 870 metres.
A form selected for its chestnut like large leaves and vigorous growth. Leaves up to 16 × 8 cm, with 4 - 7 acute lobes on each side, base symmetrical attenuate. Petiole 8 - 18 mm. Orginated in 1978 from seed collected in Arnissa, Northern Grece. The 30 year old original plant has reached 15 × 5 m.
Harold Hillier Herbarium HILL, Standard Specimen No. 6804. E. J. Jablonski 08082007, 20 August 2008, collected together with Piers Trehane and André Charlier from the original plant (ortet) at Arboretum Rond Chêne, Esneux, Belgium.