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Carlos collecting Quercus ×alentejana (Q. faginea × Q. pyrenaica) in northeastern Portugal for his PhD thesis © Carlos Vila-Viçosa
An interview with Portuguese oak conservationist Dr. Carlos...
Amy Byrne | Apr 19, 2024
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Roderick Cameron | Apr 13, 2024
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It was a great pleasure for me to be able to write about my...
Gert Fortgens | Feb 15, 2024

Plant Focus

Quercus crassipes acorns with inrolled cupule margin
One of the more well-known Mexican oaks in cultivation.

A Conversation about Quercus ×turneri

Did you know that Turner's oak occurs in the wild? Allen Coombes and Giles Crisp, members of the International Oak Society, discuss this popular hybrid in an interesting "tree conversation."

Tree Conversations: Quercus ×turneri from International Dendrology Society on Vimeo.

Note that the IDS is planning to add more of those videos on its website www.dendrology.org.