Angus, Hugh
December 1996
International Oaks;Winter1996, Issue 7, p40
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a meeting held by the International Oak Society at the Sir Harold Hillier Gardens and Arboretum in Great Britain in October 1995. The event was organized and led by the garden's botanist Allen Coombes. The oak varieties that can be found at the garden's Propagation Unit include large-leaved oaks such as Q. Pondaim.


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