This layer in the cork oak is thick enough to be of commercial importance.
The cork oak forms woods, chiefly in the south of the island.
I am making a collection of vines for wine and for the table; also of some trees, such as the cork oak, &c., &c.
We have already mentioned the evergreen or holm oak as common, and the cork oak occurs abundantly in some places.
The cork oak, Quercus suber, grows either singly among other trees or in groups, principally in the southern parts of the island.
Sardinia possesses a cork oak, which yields 13 to 14 per cent.
The cork oak is grown extensively in the south and in Corsica.