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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!

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...

Pine, Vanderwolf

Scientific Name:
Pinus flexilis 'Vanderwolf'
Limber Pine is native to the Rocky Mountains and is tolerant of the dry, difficult growing conditions found there. This tree keeps its rich green color through the winter even in strong, col...

Poplar (Tulip)

Scientific Name:
Liriodendron tulipifera
A grand tree when located properly. This tree grows fast and becomes quite large and, surprisingly can be quite long living, sometimes surviving as long as several centuries. The individual...

Raisintree

Scientific Name:
Hovenia dulcis
Beautiful, clean foliage. White summer flowers. Insect and disease resistance. Attractive ageing bark and structure. Tolerance to adverse conditions. A rare tree, difficult to find outside o...

Redbud (Eastern)

Scientific Name:
Cercis canadensis
The fall color is a nice yellow, the bark is ornamental and the heart-shaped leaves attractive but the spring show is most spectacular, the lovely pink display lasting as long as three weeks...

Redwood (Dawn)

Scientific Name:
Metasequoia glyptostroboides
Gentle Grandeur Soft foliage.
Insect and disease resistant.
Lovely bark and fluted trunk.
Fast growth.
Burnt orange fall color.
Resistant to storm damage.
An al...

Serviceberry cultivars

Scientific Name:
Amelanchier x grandifolia
A four season ornamental, the Serviceberry cultivars begin the growing season with a brief but showy display of pure white flowers in April. The summer foliage is attractive as well as the t...

Silverbell (pink)

Scientific Name:
Halesia monticola ‘Rosea’
Such delicate spring beauty! The tender beauty of the bell-shaped blooms is intoxicating and is the primary ornamental feature of this native medium sized tree. And not a bad looking plant t...

Silverbell (white)

Scientific Name:
Halesia carolina
The bark is attractive, the fall color is pleasing and the summer foliage is sensational but the lovely, bell-shaped flowers trump all other ornamental features on this under-used native tre...

Smoketree (Grace)

Scientific Name:
Cotinus x dumeri 'Grace'
This small tree is a cross between our native Smoketree (Cotinus obovatus) and its European sister (Cotinus coggygria). The most striking ornamental features are the foliage which emerges a...

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