Brenda Groth wrote:i believe there is a white oak guild section in Gaia's garden.
osker brown wrote:If you don't mind sharing, what are Toby's suggestions?
Dave Miller wrote:Here is an excellent publication on restoring native Quercus garryana (Oregon White Oak/Garry Oak) communities in the Pacific Northwest: The Garry Oak Gardener’s Handbook
It might give you more clues on native plants in those communities, although I don't know how this might translate to North Carolina.
One plant which is important under Quercus garryana that I don't see in Toby's list is Camassia quamash. So a plant that produces a small edible bulb similar to Camas might be a good choice.
E. Elkins wrote:Camas sounds delicious -- Eric Toensmeier's description in Perennial Vegetables ("mildly sweet winter squash") caught my attention, but my jaw dropped when I saw the recommended preparation method of 9 hours in a pressure cooker. Yikes!
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