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It may surprise you to learn that we are not the first Oak...
Shaun Haddock | Dec 15, 2018
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This blog post focuses on the day and a half we spent in...
Charles Snyers | Dec 02, 2018
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This blog entry focuses on the Engelmann oak grove at Los...
Charles Snyers | Dec 15, 2018

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For this Species Spotlight we train our follow spot on an oak that is quite a star of the quercine scene: Quercus hypoleucoides (stage name...

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In collaboration with INRA and the University of Bordeaux, the 7th International Oak Society Conference, attended by 90 participants from...
In 2008 one red oak hybrid (Quercus rubra × ellipsoidalis) was diagnosed with oak wilt disease (Ceratocystis fagacearum) at Starhill Forest...
During this early autumn week of incomparable weather, twelve members of the IOS, and three others who were guests, enjoyed a truly...
A visit to two Belgian collections on a rainy September day, Arboretum Wespelaar and the National Botanical Garden of Belgium. 
Shaun Haddock invited the IOS membership on July 19, 2010 to an Oak Open Day at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, near London. The aim was to...
Many common native trees are just as beautiful as cultivated exotics. Since they have evolved with local conditions and are well adapted to...
The Arboretum des Grandes Bruyères is without doubt one of the most extraordinary private botanic gardens in France.
This article covers the 2007 IOS tour to Japan.  It was initially published in the IOS Journal.  
 
An oak in cultivation as Quercus eugeniifolia has now been described as a new species,  Quercus delgadoana S. Valencia, Nixon & L. M....

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