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Woodlawn Tree Inventory

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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.

Hornbeam, American

Scientific Name:
Carpinus caroliniana
Rich summer foliage with a dash of reddish new growth. Fall colors of yellow, orange, red and burgundy. Fine textured structure with fluted trunk to add winter interest.This is a widespread...

Katsura Tree

Scientific Name:
Cercidiphyllum japonica
The Katsura tree, native to Japan, makes an excellent specimen or shade tree in the landscape. Its foliage offers an array of color throughout the year. In spring, heart-shaped leaves emerge...

Lilac (Peking 'Beijing Gold')

Scientific Name:
Syringa pekinensis 'Beijing Gold'
A Tree Lilac with good form and excellent late spring flowers. The bark is not as showy as the 'China Snow' but the outline is superior with a straighter stem and a more balanced growth habi...

Lilac (Peking 'Beijing Gold')

Scientific Name:
Syringa pekinensis 'Beijing Gold'
A Tree Lilac with good form and excellent late spring flowers. The bark is not as showy as the 'China Snow' but the outline is superior with a straighter stem and a more balanced growth habi...

Lilac (Peking 'China Snow')

Scientific Name:
Syringa pekinensis 'China Snow'
The flowers are pleasing and the bark is sensational, especially in winter when we're all looking for that eye candy in the garden. The reddish bark is reminiscent of the Paperbark Maple and...

Lilac (Peking 'China Snow')

Scientific Name:
Syringa pekinensis 'China Snow'
The flowers are pleasing and the bark is sensational, especially in winter when we're all looking for that eye candy in the garden. The reddish bark is reminiscent of the Paperbark Maple and...

Locust ('Twisty Baby')

Scientific Name:
Robinia pseudoacacia 'Lace Lady'
A great conversation piece. Twisty Baby is a mostly sterile cultivar of the native Black Locust that inhabits abandoned fields and disturbed sites of Appalachia. The foliage is a striking gr...

Locust ('Twisty Baby')

Scientific Name:
Robinia pseudoacacia 'Lace Lady'
A great conversation piece. Twisty Baby is a mostly sterile cultivar of the native Black Locust that inhabits abandoned fields and disturbed sites of Appalachia. The foliage is a striking gr...

Locust ('Twisty Baby')

Scientific Name:
Robinia pseudoacacia 'Lace Lady'
A great conversation piece. Twisty Baby is a mostly sterile cultivar of the native Black Locust that inhabits abandoned fields and disturbed sites of Appalachia. The foliage is a striking gr...

Maacki (Amur)

Scientific Name:
Maacki amurense
This is a handsome, yet little known and used tree. The foliage emerges a unique blue-green, maturing to a rich dark green. The spike-like clusters of white flowers bloom midsummer when few...

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