Green oak tree (Quercus Ilex)

Tree with leathery foliage and persistent, no dormant in winter, and well adapted to drought.

Available for Tuber Aestivum/Uncinatum and Tuber Melanosporum

Downy oak (Quercus pubescens)

It is the quintessential truffle tree. Its brow, foliage remains present in winter. It has an hair system under the leaves. It is an hardy tree and dormant in winter.

Available for Tuber Aestivum/Uncinatum and Tuber Melanosporum

Austrian oak (Quercus cerris)

Very close to the downy oak

It has a serrated foliage, hair system on and under the leaves, renewing itself faster than the downy oak

Available for Tuber Melanosporum

Hornbeam

Intermediate behaviour between oak and hazel.

Hairy tracing and dormant in winter

Hazel

Rapid growth, early production (around 4 years) and dormant in winter.

Available for Tuber Aestivum/Uncinatum and Tuber Melanosporum

Kermes oak (Quercus coccifera)

Same as green oak with bushy habit, smaller leaves and aggressive.

Portuguese oak (Quercus Faginea)

Origin : Spain and Portugal

It is an intermediate between green oak and downy oak

It is tough and has marcescens foliage.

Lime

Same as hazel but lower growth

Used sparingly, arboretum

Cistus

Easy trimming

Resistant to drought

For mediterranean climate