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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!

Maple (Painted)

Scientific Name:
Acer mono
The Painted Maple is a lovely medium-sized tree with attractive foliage and elegant form. The red new growth contrasts beautifully with a backdrop of dark green leaves at times through the g...

Maple (Paperbark)

Scientific Name:
Acer griseum
This slow growing Maple has the loveliest bark of all Maples. It is especially pleasing in the winter after a fresh snowfall. The foliage is an attractive blue-green and is generally clean a...

Maple (Red 'Sun Valley')

Scientific Name:
Acer rubrum 'Sun Valley'
Red spring flowers. Nice shade. Exceptional fall color. The Red Maple is a great tree that tolerates urban conditions better than the Sugar Maple. The red Maple as a species is an ornamental...

Maple (Shantung)

Scientific Name:
Acer truncatum
A tough, medium-sizes beauty that tolerates urban conditions quite well. This tree shows the same characteristic as the Painted Maple to display reddish new growth. And as the Painted Maple,...

Maple (Trident)

Scientific Name:
Acer buergerianum
Small to medium size Tolerant of difficult growing sites Glossy dark green foliage and pleasant shade Attractive branching and exfoliating bark Red and orange fall color

Maple, (Sugar)

Scientific Name:
Acer saccharum
If the cultural requirements can be met, this is the one of the best large shade trees available. Soft, light green flowers in the spring, rich green summer foliage in the summer and the gre...

Mountain Ash (Korean)

Scientific Name:
If you want a Mountain Ash, this is the one to plant for our area. Mountain Ash are beautiful trees but most do not perform well in the landscape. In fact, they usually do not perform at all...

Oak (Black)

Scientific Name:
Quercus velutina
A common tree in the Appalachian forests, this tree is a rare find in nurseries and, unfortunately, seldom planted. With its rich, glossy foliage, it is possibly the best shade tree in the R...

Oak (Burr)

Scientific Name:
Quercus macrocarpa
This is an adaptable Oak with a rugged texture and bold habit. The bark has a corky texture which is especially noticeable when the tree is young. Fall color is a warm brown color with leave...

Oak (Chestnut)

Scientific Name:
Quercus prinus
The Chestnut Oak is native to difficult growing sites in the Appalachian Mountains and is another tree that has been observed to be up to the challenge of thriving in contemporary landscapes...

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