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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 saccharum
A main component of the Eastern U.S. hardwood forest, Sugar Maple is one of the trees most responsible for giving New England its reputation for spectacular fall color, and if the situationa...
Scientific Name: Acer truncatum
A native of East Asia, Shantung Maple (or Purpleblow Maple) performs admirably in North America. It is a tough, medium-sized beauty tolerating urban conditions quite well and exhibiting in t...
Scientific Name: Acer mandshuricum
A small tree that's little known and rarely used, Manchurian Maple was first introduced into cultivation in 1904 when trees were planted in Britain at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Manchur...
Scientific Name: Acer rubrum 'Sun Valley'
Although the Red Maple has red spring flowers, nice shade, and exceptional fall color, it is, as a species, an ornamental inferiority to the flaming Sugar Maple. The Red Maple does hold one...
Scientific Name: Acer pennsylvanicum
Snakebark Maple is an understory native that is rarely used in the landscape. A somewhat picky performer, it does best in moist, well-drained soils with light shade as the leaves may scorch...
Scientific Name: Sorbus alnifolia
Mountain Ash are beautiful trees, but most do not perform well in the landscape. Korean Mountain Ash, however, is more pest-resistant than most other members of its genus. Korean Mountain A...
Scientific Name: Quercus velutina
A common tree in the Appalachian forests, Black Oak is rarely found in nurseries and, unfortunately, is seldom planted. With its rich, glossy foliage, Black Oak is possibly the best shade tr...
Scientific Name: Quercus macrocarpa
Burr Oak, 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. Summer foliage is a ri...
Scientific Name: Quercus montana
The Chestnut Oak, native to difficult growing sites in the Appalachian Mountains, is therefore an excellent choice for contemporary landscapes with their often less-than-ideal growing condit...

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