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The Morton Arboretum, in collaboration with Botanic Gardens...
Website Editor | Jul 17, 2019
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Stelian Radu, a founding member of the IOS, accomplished an...
Website Editor | Jun 16, 2019
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Scientists in Poland have successfully micropropagated 500...
Website Editor | May 30, 2019

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Quercus look is one of the least-known oaks of the arid mountains of the Middle East. It grows on Mount Hermon and in the Anti-Lebanon...

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Charles Williams describes the evergreen oaks in Caerhays' collection, many of which are historic plants resulting form seed collected in...
From October 24  to November 17, 2013, Olivier Colin, Charles Snyers, and Béatrice Chassé explored Northern Vietnam with the aim of finding...
Oak Creek Canyon is an extensive drainage basin on the southern edge of the Colorado Plateau in North Central Arizona. It is home to many...
Propagation and reintroduction of an endangered oak: Quercus austrocochinchinensis. An article by Qian-sheng Li and Min Deng, orginally...
Oak Open Days were held in the incomparable setting of Aiken, SC, during the first weekend of November 2013.
Artist and IOS member Keiko Tokunaga explains how she came to choose oaks for her subject matter.
A champion cork oak in Uruguay?
On Sunday, 22nd of September 2013, about 30 oak enthusiasts gathered at Pavia Nurseries in Deerlijk, Belgium for an Oak Open Day that was...
On the morning of July 29, 40 oak enthusiasts from Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, the Netherlands, Italy, and the United Kingdom met...
Quercus pubescens Willd. is a species with a wide native range, found across the European continent, from Portugal to Lebanon and from...
In collaboration with INRA and the University of Bordeaux, the 7th International Oak Society Conference, attended by 90 participants from...
A good summary of reference works on the genus Quercus initially published in Oak News & Notes, Volume 15, #1, winter 2011.

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