Horticulture -

“the art and science of growing flowers, fruits, vegetables, trees and shrubs resulting in the development of the minds and emotions of individuals, the enrichment and health of communities, and the integration of the ‘garden’ in the breadth of modern civilization.” (Diane Relf, Prof of Horticulture at Virginia Polytechnic University)

The Next Generation of Oaks

Although very few of the natural savannas are left, the oak remains a formidable, if underutilized tree in our natural areas and urban landscapes. Oaks are valuable for their strength, beauty, and adapatability to many sites and conditions. There is an oak for almost any landscape situation, including even the most difficult urban sites... (click here for complete article)

History of Our Native Oaks
GO Trees- Container Tree system
A Word of Caution on Fertilizing Woody Plants
Landscaping Not Just For the Birds

Catalog Descriptions
White Oak Group
Bur Oak -
Quercus macrocarpa
Chinkapin Oak - Quercus muehlenbergii
Swamp White Oak - Quercus bicolor
White Oak - Quercus alba

Red / Black Oak Group
Shumard Oak - Quercus shumardii
Shingle Oak - Quercus imbricaria
Red Oak - Quercus rubra
Black Oak - Quercus velutina
Scarlet Oak - Quercus coccinea
Hills / Northern Pin Oak - Quercus ellipsoidalis
Pin Oak - Quercus palustris

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