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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.

Dogwood (Japanese Cornel)

Scientific Name:
Cornus officionalis
It's March and you wake up to one of those first, invigorating spring days. Something should be blooming, you think, but around you most plants are still dormant. Enter the Japanese Cornel,...

Dogwood (Japanese Cornel)

Scientific Name:
Cornus officionalis
Japanese Cornel is a virtual unknown. And we would like to know why. It flowers in March. The bark is showy. It is resistant to both Dogwood Borer and many other diseases. Urban soil conditi...

Dogwood (Kousa)

Scientific Name:
Cornus kousa ‘Milky Way Select’
Exquisite trunk and bark. Lovely flowers. Burgundy, red, and orange fall colors - sometimes all three on the same plant! The Kousa is much more amenable to culture than our native flowering...

Dogwood, Red Twig

Scientific Name:
Cornus serica 'Red Gnome'
Red Twig Dogwood is a shrub Dogwood with rich summer foliage and excellent fall color. If cut to the ground every spring, the one-year-old stems maintain an eye-catching red color during the...

Dogwood, Yellow Twig

Scientific Name:
Cornus serica 'Flaviramea'
Yellow Twig Dogwood is a shrub Dogwood with rich summer foliage and excellent fall color. If cut to the ground every spring, the one-year-old stems maintain an eye-catching yellow-green in t...

Elm (Lacebark)

Scientific Name:
Ulmus parviflora ‘Allee’
The refined, regal Lacebark Elm is often referred to as the "Allee" Elm because of the commonly used cultivar "Emer II Allee." The bark exfoliates in a puzzle-like pattern, exposing the oran...

Elm (Triumph)

Scientific Name:
Ulmus x 'Morton Glossy'
Most fast-growing trees are fraught with problems, but the Triumph Elm is a notable exception. Place this tree in a difficult location where a lesser tree would curl up its root tips and die...

Falsecypress ('Nana'Lutea')

Scientific Name:
Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Nana Lutea'
Modern landscaping philosophy foregrounds immediate, or almost immediate, gratification: plant something that grows into full size very quickly. Just as quickly, however, that plant becomes...

Fir (Nordman)

Scientific Name:
Abies nordmanniana
Tempering my enthusiasm for this tree is difficult! Majestic in character, the outline is striking and bold without being obnoxious. The rich foliage of the needles shows a lush dark green o...

Fir (White)

Scientific Name:
Abies concolor
Although native to the western US, White Fir has also performed well in the East. Needle color varies from plant to plant, ranging from light blue to a medium green. It will reach 70' high a...

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