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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. Please contact us for specific information on a certain tree of interest.

Scientific Name: Carpinus caroliniana
Rich summer foliage with a dash of reddish new growth. Fall colors of yellow, orange, red, and burgundy. Finely textured structure with fluted trunk (which sometimes leads to its being known...
Scientific Name: Magnolia virginiana ‘Moonglow’
The lemon scent of the Sweetbay, or Magnolia virginiana, blossoms on an early summer evening are like nothing else. The 2- to 3-inch, cream-colored flowers, while very attractive individuall...
Scientific Name: Acer rubrum 'Sun Valley'
Although the Red Maple trees, or Acer rubrum, have red spring flowers, wonderful shade, and exceptional fall color, they are, as a species, an ornamental inferiority to the flaming Sugar Map...
Scientific Name: Acer saccharum
A main component of the Eastern U.S. hardwood forest, Sugar Maple, or Acer saccharum, is one of the trees most responsible for giving New England its reputation for spectacular fall color, a...
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...
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
This is an adaptable tree with a rugged texture. The bark has a cork-like texture which is especially noticeable when the tree is young. Summer foliage is a rich green. Fall color is a warm...
Scientific Name: Quercus nuttallii
Nuttall Oak is a Pin Oak look alike without the chlorosis problems, taking high Ph soils in a stride. In the spring, the new growth emerges reddish purple, changing to a medium green foliage...
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...
Scientific Name: Quercus coccinea
High in the mountains on dry, rocky ridges in obviously inhospitable growing conditions, the Scarlet Oak, or Quercus coccinea, flourishes. Because of its lower lumber value, foresters consid...

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