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

A Touch of Class

Scientific Name:
Abies, Picea, Pinus, Tsuga
Elegant and beautiful, they make a statement. Some are symmetrical and formal; others are somewhat eccentric. These are specimen plants. They have three things in common. First, ornamenta...

Alder, Italian

Scientific Name:
Alnus cordata
The Italian Alder's beautiful foliage glistens lush and green, even during drought conditions. The bark and branching structure provide winter interest. Durable and trouble-free, the Italian...

Baldcypress

Scientific Name:
Taxodium distichum
Although native to the southeast, this tree is hardy enough for northern Maine! The Baldcypress grows in swamps and can thrive in year-round flooded areas, but it also survives in dry and co...

Baldcypress

Scientific Name:
Taxodium distichum
Although native to the southeast, this tree is hardy enough for northern Maine! The Baldcypress grows in swamps and can thrive in year-round flooded areas, but it also survives in dry and co...

Beech, American

Scientific Name:
Fagus grandifolia
Majestic. Durable. With smooth, grey bark and beautiful, bronze fall color, the American Beech grows up to 80' tall and 50' wide. The obvious use is as a specimen; however, utilizing it in...

Birch (River 'Heritage')

Scientific Name:
Betula nigra 'Heritage'
A reliable, vigorous performer. This tree is native to stream banks in the eastern deciduous forest. In the wild, it usually grows with multiple stems; however, single-stem specimens are le...

Birch (Sweet)

Scientific Name:
Betula lenta
The Sweet Birch thrives high in the mountains, often in dry, difficult conditions. Common in the wild, it is rarely offered in nurseries. People often focus on Birch trees with showy bark at...

Birch, (River 'Dura-heat')

Scientific Name:
Betula nigra 'Dura-heat'
A reliable, vigorous performer. This tree is native to stream banks in the eastern deciduous forest. In the wild, it usually grows with multiple stems; however, single-stem specimens are le...

Buckeye (Yellow)

Scientific Name:
Aesculus flava
The Yellow Buckeye is a lovely, large native shade tree with several outstanding traits. The rich, green foliage is more disease resistant than most other Buckeyes. The cream-colored flowers...

Cherry, Indian

Scientific Name:
Frangula caroliniana
What a fantastic plant! Lush foliage, striking late-summer fruit, and brilliant fall color are the ornamental features of this small native tree. The Indian Cherry tolerates difficult growi...

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