Mount Tabor Oak

Scientific NameQuercus itaburensis
Common NameMount Tabor Oak
Hebrew Nameאלון התבור

The Mount Tabor oak is a tree in the beech family and is found across southeastern Europe and southwestern Asia. It is a medium-sized semi-evergreen that grows to a height of about 15 meters. It has a rounded crown and is typically characterized by a gnarled trunk and branches. Mount Tabor oak trees flower each year in March or April with light green blossoms and produce oval acorns that take about 18 months to mature.

Fun fact: the Mount Tabor oak is the national tree of Jordan.