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Sometimes when you least expect it, good things happen.
Gaurav Verma | Dec 13, 2020
Keiko Tokunaga's second book
Keiko Tokunaga's second book, “Illustrated Flora of...
Keiko Tokunaga | Dec 12, 2020
Jozef Oak
This renowned Quercus robur caught the eye of an artist and...
Roderick Cameron | Dec 12, 2020

Plant Focus

Quercus skinneri
Quercus skinneri is a Central American oak, distinguished by the large size of its fruit.


Did you know that Quercus ×turneri occurs in the wild?
Quercus xturneri
Posted Mon, 2020-12-14 13:35 in Charles Snyers's blog
Sometimes when you least expect it, good things happen.
Posted Sun, 2020-12-13 11:08 in Gaurav Verma's blog
Linnaeus wrote in his prologue of Quercus cerris that it "lives in Spain," but the species does not occur naturally there...
Posted Wed, 2020-12-02 15:08 in Patrick Vereecke's blog
Sabima, a Norwegian NGO, got in touch to let us know about their Hollow Oak Advent Calendar.
Posted Wed, 2020-11-25 20:36 in Roderick Cameron's blog
A documentary inspired by a painting of an oak in Israel.
Posted Sat, 2020-10-10 11:01 in Ezra Barnea's blog
Oaks have been featured in several operas. Here is a list of what we found.
Posted Fri, 2020-10-09 15:27 in Roderick Cameron's blog
Feedback on the Hybrid Highlight on Quercus ×vilmoriniana
Posted Tue, 2020-06-16 15:24 in Roderick Cameron's blog
The Oak Action Group of Farm Forestry New Zealand is planning to establish American Red Oak Timber Trial Blocks.
Seedlings examined by Oak Interest Group
Posted Wed, 2020-06-10 10:46 in Kathryn Hurr's blog
Remembering John Fairey, legendary plantsman and founder of the amazing Peckerwood Garden, who sadly passed away March 17, 2020.
Posted Thu, 2020-05-21 14:55 in Adam Black's blog
James MacEwen reports on encouraging results propagating rare oaks from Mexico and Cuba.
Posted Tue, 2020-04-28 12:37 in James MacEwen's blog
Two papers report on research that use oak tree-rings to understand aspects of Ancient Rome.
Posted Sun, 2019-12-15 18:52 in Roderick Cameron's blog
During the month of October, I am posting daily tweets referring to readings related to Quercus.
Posted Sat, 2019-10-12 19:49 in Andrew Hipp's blog


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