Quercus aff. miquihuanensis
This species does not yet have a unique name. The botanist who discovered this species has yet to publish a scientific paper on it. Similar to Quercus miquihanensis. This would mean that it would be a species similar to the one found in Mexikko.
The acorns are from a collection of September 2023 (South of France). These are stored in a mixture of sand kept cool. Care is taken to ensure that only intact acorns (without worm bites, etc.) are shipped. A swimming test is also carried out for this purpose.
The acorns are shipped in a bag with slightly moistened soil mixture. It is recommended to store them in a slightly wet soil mixture in the refrigerator for about 4 weeks before planting. Please keep acorns away from small children (risk of ingestion).