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Quercus douglasii is an endemic California oak tree, affectionately called “the blue oak” due to its distinctive blueish-green leaf color....

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La Encantada oak, 4:10-11

Landscape (landscaping) American oaks, R1:11-18

Landscape (landscaping) oaks in urban, 3:14-20

Landscape (landscaping), see also individual species names

Langer, Stephen K. article, A New Oak on Mount Tamalpais, 5:27-32

Lathrop, Earl W. article, From Acorn to Tree: Ecology of the Engelmann Oak, 2:17-24

Lepidobalanus Endl. & Oerst see : Quercus (subgenus)

Leucobalanus see : Quercus (section)

Linden, Peter van der, R1:10

Lobatae (Trel.) breaking dormancy, 4:24

Lobatae (Trel.) A. Camus Erythrobalanus Oerst. acorn maturation, 2:13

Lobatae (Trel.) A. Camus, R1:12-14

Lobatae (Trel.) acorns, R1:40-41

Lobatae (Trel.) Erythrobalanus Oerst. hybridization, 3:4

Lobatae (Trel.) Erythrobalanus Oerst. in Mexico, 4:7

Lobatae (Trel.) Erythrobalanus Oerst., oak wilt, 5:33

Lobatae (Trel.) reproduction, 4:21

Longevity, see individual species names

Lowrey, Lynn 4:10

Luker, Dave 5:24


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