Oldest living oak in South Africa

Pieta Pieterse

Kleinmond, South Africa

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This common Enlish Oak (Quercus Robur) is believed to be the oldest living oak in South Africa. It is at Vergelegen, Somerset West, Western Cape. And was planted between 1700 and 1706 in the time of Willem van der Stel (then owner of Vergelegen).
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