With the heat and good moisture so far this summer, our crops continue to make steady progress. Photos taken 11 Jul 2020.

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Spring digging is long done, the planting of our new liners is complete and we’re on to pruning and maintaining our growing stock.  Photos taken 11 Jun 2020.

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Spring digging is long done, the planting of our new liners is complete and we’re on to pruning and maintaining our growing stock.  Photos taken 11 Jun 2020.

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Tilia americana, the basswood or American linden, is a medium to large deciduous tree, often growing to 80 to 100 ft tall in the wild.  It is native to east-central

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The “slow” spring continues, with several frosts in early May, but the recent warm weather is pushing things along.  Here, the progress of some of our younger stock.  Photos taken

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With the “slow” spring, trees are still not in full leaf, so enjoy some more close-ups of our trees leafing out.  Pretty spectacular especially when it takes 2-3 weeks to

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With the “slow” spring, trees are still not in full leaf, so enjoy some more close-ups of our trees leafing out.  Pretty spectacular especially when it takes 2-3 weeks to

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WOODSON RESERVE White House Natives [WHN] was chosen to supply several hundred two-inch caliper native trees for this project in the heart of Fairfax County, Virginia. Species included: Acer rubrum,

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Now more than ever, spring is a good time to appreciate the little things like trees breaking bud and leafing out. All the hard work from the extensive hand-pruning last

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For April, we are featuring an under-used performer for the shrub border or high-canopied shady areas, the bottlebrush buckeye, Æsculus parviflora.  One of eight species of buckeye native to North

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