TITLE

THE VALUE OF A SCIENTIFICALLY AESTHETIC OAK COLLECTION AT THE SCOTT ARBORETUM

AUTHOR(S)
Bunting, Andrew
PUB. DATE
September 1995
SOURCE
International Oaks;Fall1995, Issue 6, p43
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the oak collection of the Scott Arboretum in southeastern Pennsylvania which forms the campus of Swarthmore College. It cites the important role played by oaks in the development of the character of both Swarthmore College and the Scott Arboretum. The oak species that can be found in the campus include Quercus x benderi, Quercus macrocarpa and Quercus rubra. It mentions several hybrid oaks that are also being cultivated in the arboretum.
ACCESSION #
49120349

 

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