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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. We grow, sell, and install big trees also. We can handle trees up to 8” in diameter and up to 30’ tall. You can have instant shade and instant screening at a modest cost. Our compact equipment enable us to place large trees in small areas. Please contact us for specific information on a certain tree of interest.

Oak (Scarlet)

Scientific Name:
Quercus coccinea
High in the mountains on dry, rocky ridges and inhospitable growing conditions, the Scarlet Oak is found. Because of its lower lumber value, foresters consider this a second rate species. In...

Oak (Shumard)

Scientific Name:
Quercus shumardi
This is an endangered species in the forests of Pennsylvania with only a few groves in Adams and Fulton counties. As an urban or suburban tree, the Shumard Oak is much superior to the simil...

Oak (Swamp Chestnut)

Scientific Name:
Quercus michauxii
The Chestnut Oaks are known for their toleration of difficult locations and the Quercus michauxii is no exception. This tree has the lightest colored bark and the best fall color of all the...

Oak (Swamp White)

Scientific Name:
Bold. Durable. And magnificent! In many ways, Swamp White Oak is similar to White Oak. The same aura of nobility. Same size with the wide, spreading canopy. Both are in the White Oak group....

Oak (White)

Scientific Name:
Quercus alba
What a grand tree, noble, majestic, durable both in appearance and in actual performance. In all seasons, I find this tree inspirational; never gaudy or flashy but always solidly attractive....

Parrotia, Persian

Scientific Name:
Parrotia persica
Parrotia persica has one of the most beautiful foliage displays, in addition to year-round eye appeal. Reddish-purple when unfolding in spring, the leaves are a lustrous dark green in summer...

Pawpaw

Scientific Name:
Asimina triloba
Want something different? Try the Pawpaw. Zone five hardiness with a tropical appearance. This well formed, small tree should be used oftener. The edible, late summer fruit has a banana-mang...

Pine (Japanese White)

Scientific Name:
Pinus parviflora ‘Early Cone’
A regal evergreen. The beauty of the Japanese White Pines is the loose, layered and open growth habit. The foliage is also striking with the silvery blue-green needles that are much shorter...

Pine (White)

Scientific Name:
Pinus strobus
This tree is soft and plumy when young and irregular and majestic in old age. Fast-growing and with a tendency to shed limbs under ice and snow loads, this tree is not for restricted locatio...

Pine, Bristlecone

Scientific Name:
Pinus aristata
Bristlecone Pine is a native to the western United States. It is extremely slow growing and because of its slow growth, can be used as a foundation plant or in rock gardens. This is a reliab...

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