Quercus dentata ‘Pinnatifida’

The cut-leaf form of the Japanese Emperor Oak makes an unusual specimen for the garden. An exceptionally rare and unique oak with foliage that looks fernlike as its leaves are deeply divided into narrow lobes. With time, it develops a dense lacy crown that always turns heads. The tree grows to about 20′ tall and is narrowly upright.  Emperor oak is easy to grow in full sun to light shade.