The Great Oak of the Landis Arboretum

Lape, Fred
September 2000
International Oaks;Fall2000, Issue 11, p11
Academic Journal
A reprint of an article taken from the "Landis Arboretum Newsletter" covering April, May, and June of 1982 is presented. The author describes a huge oak called the "Big Oak" that was designated the official logo of the Landis Arboretum in New York State. The oak is described as an Eastern White Oak which belongs to species that ranges from Maine to Georgia. The damage the tree suffered during an ice storm is discussed.


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