CHÊNE LIÈGE DE GALEZ
Cork oak is a slow growing Mediterranean specie. It has the characteristic of having a spongy and flame-retardant bark (which is resistant to fires). Its location in the open field, its circumference and its beautiful drooping harbor make this tree a rarity for the department. It has a stocky and characteristic trunk, surmounted by large carpenters. Some small branches pruned cleanly. This tree is also remarkable for its impact on the landscape, its exceptional dimensions, and its good health.
Age: between 150 and 200 years old
Circumference (at 1.30m): 4.27m