© Foto: Tourismusregion Bad Hall/Nikolai Hafner, Carto.at: Blick auf Bad Hall & Golfplatz

Amur cork tree

Bad Hall, Oberösterreich, Österreich
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Lat. name: Phellodendron amurense

Planted around 1950 (in the course of the incorporation of the Hadringer Grounds into the Kurpark)
This tree is a rarity and very rarely found in parks. This deciduous tree species comes from the genus of cork trees (Phellodendron).
Home: North China, Taiwan
Use: corky bark for cork products
Flowering time in May
TCM: in Chinese medicine the fruits are used as a remedy. They have a pleasant incense scent. 

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  • Can only be viewed from outside

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Amur cork tree
Im Kurpark
4540 Bad Hall

Phone +43 7258 7200
E-Mailinfo@badhall.at

We speak the following languages

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