The Garry oak or Quercus garryana, Washington’s only native oak species, enjoys protected status, both locally and statewide.
The Garry oak or Quercus garryana, Washington’s only native oak species, enjoys protected status, both locally and statewide. Metro Parks Tacoma Courtesy
The Garry oak or Quercus garryana, Washington’s only native oak species, enjoys protected status, both locally and statewide. Metro Parks Tacoma Courtesy

Garry oaks, also called Oregon white oaks, enjoy protected status

September 09, 2017 10:04 PM

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