Quercus falcata is a little-known species in the mid-Atlantic that has gained in popularity in recent years as a great landscape tree for larger spaces.  Commonly known as southern red

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We’re well underway in our winter pruning.  At WHN, each and every plant is pruned every winter when branches are bare to ensure great branching and structure in everything you

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Some aerial shots of the farm taken 2 February 2019

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WHN celebrated the end of a wet, but successful year with our partners from Shen-Paco on Thursday December 13th. Eric and Cody cooked lunch for everyone and handed out new

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Betula nigra, or river birch, is a fast-growing shade and ornamental tree. Indigenous to the eastern United States, from coastal New Hampshire west to Minnesota and south to eastern Texas

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Despite the occasional rain, digging is now underway for fall 2018!  If you haven’t placed your orders yet, do it now.  Inventory is selling through quickly!

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White House Natives was honored to co-host the Shenandoah Valley Nursery and Greenhouse Association (SVNGA) tour on October 3rd, 2018. We were able to show off our nursery for the

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Growth is hardening off and we’ve done our final inventory counts and pricing for the fall.  See the availability here.  We’ve got some beautiful material available for you for fall

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Trees are fascinating. They are all around us, we see them every day, they are beautiful and each provides many ecosystem services; the more you learn about them, the more

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On 9th August 2018, a group of tree stewards from Arlington County visited White Hiouse Natives along with a Fairfax arborist, and two reps from Davey Tree.  The were accompanied

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