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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!

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
Another durable, eastern Dogwood that is quite similar to the C. mas. The bark of the Japanese Cornel tends to be more ornamental and the habit more tree-like with the flowers appearing abou...

Dogwood (Kousa)

Scientific Name:
Cornus kousa ‘Milky Way Select’
Exquisite trunk and bark. Lovely flowers. Burgundy, red and orange fall colors, sometimes all three on the same plant. The Kousa is much more amenable to culture than our native flowering do...

Dogwood, Yellow Twig

Scientific Name:
Cornus serica 'Flaviramea'
A shrub Dogwood with excellent rich summer foliage, good fall color and yellow-green ornamental stems in the winter. The showy white panicles of late spring flowers turn into an even showier...

Dove Tree

Scientific Name:
Davidia involucrata
A highly prized plant that is sought passionately by dedicated gardeners. Dove tree is not only spectacular in flowering but also has plush foliage and ornamental bark. The large flower brac...

Elm (Lacebark)

Scientific Name:
Ulmus parviflora ‘Allee’
This very refined, regal tree is also often refered to as the Allee' Elm because of the commonly used cultivar 'Emer II Allee'. The bark exfoliates in a puzzle-like pattern exposing the oran...

Elm (Triumph)

Scientific Name:
Ulmus x ‘Morton Glossy’
Most fast-growing trees are fraught with problems but the Triumph Elm is a notable exception. Place this tree in a difficult location and it will not only tolerate its lot in life, but flour...

Falsecypress ('Nana'Lutea')

Scientific Name:
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Nana'
The modern landscape philosophy is immediate or almost immediate gratification; plant something that grows into full size very quickly. Just as quickly, the plant becomes over-sized. Designi...

Fir (Nordman)

Scientific Name:
Abies nordmanniana
It is difficult to temper my enthusiasm for this tree! A majestic tree, the outline striking and bold without being obnoxious. The foliage is rich with the needles a lush dark green on top a...

Fir (White)

Scientific Name:
Abies concolor
Native to the western US, White Fir has proven to be a good performer in the east. Needle color varies from plant to plant and ranges from light blue to medium green. Grows to 70' high and 2...

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