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Woodlawn Tree Inventory

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Most Underutilized Trees You Should Consider Planting

Woodlawn trees are available in various root size containers, 10 gal. – 280 gal. Not all trees are available in each size. Please contact us for specific information on a certain tree of interest.

Tree of the Season!

Alder (Italian)

Scientific Name:
Alnus cordata
The beauty of this plant is the foliage which remains lush and green, even in drought conditions. The bark and branching structure provide winter interest. This tree is remarkably durable an...

Arborvitus (Green Giant)

Scientific Name:
Thuja x 'Green Giant'
When many Leyland Cypress failed in the ice and cold of winters 2013 and 2014, Green Giant proved its worth, shrugging off the inhospitable conditions sustaining almost no damage. Since then...

Baldcypress

Scientific Name:
Taxodium distichum
Although native to the southeast, this tree is hardy to northern Maine. It is found growing in swamps and can thrive in areas that are flooded year around. It is not only tolerant of wet sit...

Birch (River 'Heritage')

Scientific Name:
Betula nigra 'Heritage'
A cultivar of River Birch with larger leaves and bark that is lighter colored than the species. This tree is also resistant to Bronze Birch Borer and Leaf Miner. Also tolerates wet and compa...

Birch (Sweet)

Scientific Name:
Betula lenta
High in the mountains in dry and difficult growing conditions the Sweet Birch thrives. Common in the wild, it is rarely offered in nurseries. Everyone is so busy looking for Birch trees with...

Buckeye (Yellow)

Scientific Name:
Aesculus flava
A lovely large native shade tree with several outstanding traits. The foliage is a rich green and more disease resistant than most Buckeyes. The early summer cream colored flowers show up af...

Buckthorn (Native)

Scientific Name:
Frangula caroliniana
What a fantastic plant! Not sure where all the garden professionals are...they sure missed it when they passed over this shrub/small tree. Lush foliage, striking late summer fruit and brilli...

Cherry (Yoshino)

Scientific Name:
Prunus x yeodensis
Lovely in the spring and this reason alone justifies extensive use of this tree. Foliage is a deep rich green and fall color can be a nice yellow-orange. Like many other cherries, is not a l...

Dogwood (Corneliancherry)

Scientific Name:
Cornus mas
Profuse, early spring flowers. Durable constitution and urban tolerance. Attractive bark and lush foliage. Ornamental late summer fruit.

Dogwood (Japanese Cornel)

Scientific Name:
Cornus officionalis
Extremely rare…Japanese Cornel is a virtual unknown. But why? It flowers in March. The bark is showy. It’s Dogwood Borer resistant. Disease resistant. Takes urban soil conditions in a stride...

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