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Dr. Michael Avishai, a leading oak expert, botanist, and...
Ori Fragman-Sapir | Feb 08, 2019
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The Huntington, in San Marino, CA, obtained a grant from...
Website Editor | Feb 08, 2019
It may surprise you to learn that we are not the first Oak...
Shaun Haddock | Dec 15, 2018

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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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The Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla has published the Flora del Estado de Puebla, México.
If I wanted to make stronger, more meaningful images, I should pick something that I love and photograph it again and again: “Follow what...
A reliable asexual propagation method for oaks is crucial for intrducing superior hybrid oak selections into the nursery trade as named...
Artist and IOS member Keiko Tokunaga explains how she came to choose oaks for her subject matter.
A champion cork oak in Uruguay?
An English oak planted in Adelaide, Australia, shortly after the outbreak of World War 1, may be the first living memorial of the Great War...
A brief survey of notable oaks at Anlaby, currently the largest collection of National Trust registered heritage trees in one location...
Originally published in International Oaks No. 20, this article by Stefan Foconi tells the story of the remarkable Oak of Kvill, in Sweden...
An oak planted by the Duke of Wellington in 1820 is being propagated in honor of the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo.
In July 2015 a group of IOS members visited Gredington in north Wales and Ness Botanic Garden near Liverpool, England.
On the morning of July 29, 40 oak enthusiasts from Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, the Netherlands, Italy, and the United Kingdom met...
A visit to the collections of Daniel Dumont, an Oak Open Day in Belgium.

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