There are about forty species of birch, growing in widespread habitats from the sides of streams and rivers to forest boundaries and open fields. They are one of the oldest

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A few recent photos of the nursery from the air showing the gorgeous Shenandoah River valley

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Last fall, White House Natives supplied four 3½” caliper pin oaks (Quercus palustris) for a renovation of a green space at Brambleton Town Center in Loudoun County. The trees are

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Some photos of our rapidly-growing stock with this year’s great spring weather and abundant rains.

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The south boasts some mighty fine natural smells in the spring and summer– honeysuckle, wisteria, lilac, magnolias all in bloom – but the flowers of black locust rank near the

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A few photos around this farm this spring. WHN is now at the point where we will be replanting some of our original tree blocks from 2012-2013.  The first step

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White House Natives recently shipped a few natives to the US Capitol for replacement plantings on the grounds.  Take a look at some of the material courtesy of Nursery Manager

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White House Natives recently shipped a few natives to the US Capitol for replacement plantings on the grounds.  Take a look at some of the material courtesy of Nursery Manager

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With spidery yellow petals and a delicate citrus scent, the witch hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) flower is unique among shrubs of eastern forests; delicate tentacles extend outwards from the twigs, often

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We recently completed our digging for Spring 2018. Check out some of the action in the gallery below!

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