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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: 5 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 enables us to place large trees in small areas. Please contact us for specific information on a certain tree of interest.

Scientific Name: Acer mandshuricum
A small tree that's little known and rarely used, Manchurian Maple, or Acer mandshuricum, was first introduced into cultivation in 1904 when trees were planted in Britain at the Royal Botani...
Scientific Name: Acer rubrum 'Sun Valley'
Although Red Maple trees exhibit red spring flowers, pleasant shade, and exceptional fall color, they are, as a species, an ornamental inferiority to the flaming Sugar Maple. The Red Maple d...
Scientific Name: Acer pennsylvanicum
Snakebark Maple, or Acer pennsylvanicum, is an understory native that is rarely used in the landscape. A somewhat picky performer, it does best in moist, acidic, well-drained soils with ligh...
Scientific Name: Sorbus alnifolia
Mountain Ash are beautiful trees, but most do not perform well in the landscape due to their susceptibility to borer and canker problems. Korean Mountain Ash, or sorbus alnifolia, however, i...
Scientific Name: Quercus velutina
A common tree in the Appalachian forests, Black Oak, or Quercus velutina, is rarely found in nurseries and, unfortunately, is seldom planted. With its rich, glossy foliage, it is possibly th...
Scientific Name: Quercus macrocarpa
Burr Oak, or Quercus macrocarpa, one of the most majestic of our native oaks, is an adaptable tree with a rugged, cork-like bark texture that is especially noticeable when the tree is young....
Scientific Name: Quercus montana
The Chestnut Oak, or Quercus montana, native to difficult growing sites in the Appalachian Mountains, is therefore an excellent choice for contemporary landscapes with their often less-than-...
Scientific Name: Quercus nuttallii
Nuttall Oak (or Quercus nuttallii), a Pin Oak look-alike without the chlorosis problems, takes high-pH soils in stride. In the spring, the new growth emerges reddish purple, changing to a me...
Scientific Name: Quercus rubra
Of all the Oaks, Red Oak, or Quercus rubra, is the most distinguished for its bold, clean trunk and branches. The smooth bark, striated in long vertical sections, highlights the contrast bet...

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