Oaks for Urban Landscapes in Northern Illinois

Ware, George
June 1993
International Oaks;Summer/Fall1993, Issue 3, p14
Academic Journal
The article offers information on oaks that are being used for Northern Illinois urban landscapes. It discusses the transplanting of oaks, the rate of growth and the insect and fungus problems in oaks. Also noted is the selection of oaks along with their characteristics including the Quercus acutissima or the Sawtooth Oak, the Quercas alba or the White Oak and the Quercus bicolor or the Swamp White Oak.


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