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The oak tree in Skjomendalen © Gerhard Sørensen-Fuglem and Cecilia Piccirilli Bjerkeset
An oak grows north of the Arctic Circle in Norway
Website Editor | Aug 14, 2023
Unusual symptoms linked to phytoplasma infection in Quercus humboldtiii, Colombia © Eric Boa
Symptoms linked to phytoplasma infection found in Quercus...
Website Editor | Aug 06, 2023
Different names are being used for one species.
Website Editor | Jun 20, 2023

Plant Focus

A small but mature Alabama sandstone oak producing acorns © Patrick Thompson
A Critically Endangered dwarf oak 

"Oaks for Everyone" in The American Gardener

Tim Boland (IOS Board Member and Oak Conservation and Research Committee Chair) and Matt Lobdell wrote an article about oaks for The American Gardener, the magazine of the American Horticultural Society. It was published in the July/August 2022 issue and has now been made freely available. Click here to read this detailed and comprehensive account of why oaks are "ecological workhorses" and which species might be appropriate for planting in gardens in different regions of the U.S.

The American Gardener July-August 2022