More photos of our healthy, vigorous stock.  All photos taken Friday 2 August 2019.

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Matt Deivert and Eric Sours toured three key liner suppliers during the second week of August.  This is the first of a few posts over the next several weeks highlighting

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Carpinus caroliniana (American hornbeam or musclewood) is an attractive but seldom-utilized native tree that excels in small landscapes, especially in moister and shadier situations.   Native to almost all of the

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QUARRY DATACENTER BUFFER PLANTING Even though these native trees from WHN are technically being utilized in a “buffer planting” at yet another new data center in Chantilly, their larger sizes

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A look at the great growth on our stock this summer.  All photos taken Friday 2 August 2019.

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WESTMORE LIQUIDAMBAR We have highlighted WHN trees on this project earlier this year and these newly installed sweetgum look extremely happy and will provide some excellent fall color in the

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BRAMBLETON BIRCH These birch can be found at the entry and in formal garden area at a brand new active adult clubhouse in Brambleton.  Birch have a reputation for liking

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BEAUTY AFTER A STORM Some dramatic photos of our liner crops taken as a storm cleared the nursery on Monday 24 June 2019.    

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WESTMORE These Chionanthus 6-7 ft were planted in May 2019 as grove next to a tree-save area in this newer community in the Ashburn, Virginia area. The 2” Cladrastis were

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Cladrastis kentukea (American yellowwood) is possibly the most unique ‘native’ tree of eastern North America.  ‘Native’ because its current range is primarily restricted to scattered outcroppings in the Ozarks and

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