For December, we’re featuring one of our finest native species for winter interest—the common winterberry (Ilex verticillata).  Native to most of the northeastern third of the United States; from Wisconsin

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SPRING-DUG; PLANTED IN SEPTEMBER These spring-dug WHN Betula nigra (river birch) and Liquidambar styraciflua (sweetgum) found their way onto a job in September. Their viability and exceptional aesthetics several months

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Second of two posts highlighting our fall digging season which occured in late October/early November.

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Another sampling of one of our liner vendors from our tours in August 2019.

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First of two posts highlighting our fall digging season which began 24 October.   Look for more photos in November!

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One of the most up-and-coming native trees over the past twenty years is black gum or tupelo (Nyssa sylvatica).  Native to the United States east of the Mississippi River as

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A look at the nursery as we move into early autumn.  All photos taken Sunday 6 October 2019.

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Arlington Couty Tree Stewards On the morning of 14 August 2019, WHN hosted four representatives from Arlington County Tree Stewards and Davey Tree. Together, they tagged about 90 trees in

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Now it’s September and our latest batch of liners is planted.  These photos are from another liner grower we toured in the second week of August. Here the supplier finishes

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PROSPERITY POOL AND CLUBHOUSE PLANTING This new pool and clubhouse for Van Metre homes in the South Riding area was landscaped with a variety of plant material (trees, shrubs and

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