Log in

Editor's Picks

292539778_347822590870422_1318855334946924150_n.jpg
A single specimen found!
Website Editor | Aug 11, 2022
Quercus engelmannii seedling
Importing acorns for ex-situ conservation
Josephine Brennan | Aug 02, 2022
Quercus welshii on dunes site south of Kayenta, Ariz.
A threatened oak found in northern Arizona and southern...
Cindy Newlander | Jul 31, 2022

Plant Focus

Quercus tonduzii with acorn
An oak found only on a volcano in Costa Rica

All Articles

An oak found only on a volcano in Costa Rica
A single specimen found!
Fire takes the National Champion Gray Oak
Importing acorns for ex-situ conservation
A threatened oak found in northern Arizona and southern Utah.
Czech artist Petr Václavek has created a fantasy world inhabited by little creatures made from acorns and oak twigs
Our third post of poems featuring oaks again has Quercus virginiana (southern live oak) as its theme, this time in a poem by Walt Whitman.
Laurent Charbonnier and Michel Seydoux spend a year with a magnificent oak tree to document its inhabitants.
In a meadow in the parish of Sēme, municipality of Tukums, Latvia, some 500 m from Kaive Manor, stands the Kaive Oak.
A shrub oak from the U.S. Southwest
The second in a new series of posts of poems featuring oaks. Eric Ormsby's poem focuses on Quercus virginiana (southern live oak).
Boyce Thompson Arboretum is the oldest and largest botanical garden in the state of Arizona.

Pages