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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

Paco Garin's Facebook Posts of Iturraran's Oaks

Quercus hypoxantha
Quercus hypoxantha

I first met Francisco (Paco) Garin Garcia over e-mail correspondence in August 2016. Since that day, we have kept a digital link open from time to time. In October 2019, I visited the Iturraran Botanical Garden with my wife Hana and had a warm, long guided tour of the garden and its trees. Paco started publishing a daily post on the oak trees group on Facebook that I manage, each with the description of an oak species in the Iturraran collection. During December 2021, I decided to gather the posts in alphabetical order, with links that will allow the visitor to easily search and navigate through the posts. This work has created a catalog of sorts, an easy-to-use source of useful knowledge and information about oaks. The list of posts can be viewed in a Google Sheets file that you can access by clicking on the link below:

Franciso Garin's oak collection at the Iturraran Botanical Garden