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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: Cercis canadensis
Enjoy the yellow fall color, the ornamental bark, and the attractive, heart-shaped leaves, but save the drum roll for the spring show. This spectacular pink display can last as long as three...
Scientific Name: Cercis canadensis 'Rising Sun'
A tree's foliage can seldom give its flowers a run for their money, and especially not when the Eastern Redbud is in focus. But the 'Rising Sun' Redbud's leaves manage to do exactly that. As...
Scientific Name: Cercis canadensis 'Tennessee Pink'
'Tennessee Pink' cultivar of the Eastern Redbud is different in several ways from the species. 'Tennessee Pink' produces red flowers in the beginning stage that open to a clear pink instead...
Scientific Name: Amelanchier x grandifolia 'Autumn Brilliance'
A four-season ornamental, Serviceberry kicks off the growing season with a brief but showy display of pure white flowers in April. The attractive summer foliage, along with the tasty fruit,...
Scientific Name: Halesia carolina
Silverbell's bark is attractive, the fall color pleasing, and the summer foliage sensational, but the lovely, bell-shaped flowers trump all the other ornamental features on this under-used n...
Scientific Name: Halesia monticola ‘Rosea’
Pink Silverbell's delicate spring beauty is intoxicating! The bell-shaped blooms are the primary ornamental feature of this native, medium-sized tree, native to the Appalachian Mountains of...
Scientific Name: Cotinus obovatus
American Smoketree is an ornamental plant in its own right. A tough tree, it grows naturally in rocky outcroppings in the lower Midwest. The flowers are insignificant, but the billowy hairs...
Scientific Name: Oxydendrum arboreum
The Sourwood is an understory tree, native to the southern Appalachian Mountains, where it is perhaps most commonly found growing on rocky, wooded slopes along with other heath family member...
Scientific Name: Nyssa sylvatica
Black Tupelo (sometimes known as sour gum) is a very refined native when properly placed. The small, greenish-white flowers in springtime give way to oval, 1/2"-long fruits that are technica...
Scientific Name: Nyssa sylvatica 'Wildfire'
Black Tupelo is a beautiful native landscape tree known for its exceptional fall color. The cultivar 'Wildfire' offers an exciting addition with its reddish new growth adding splashing color...

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