Located in Oregon's Willamette Valley, we are wholesale growers committed to providing a large, year-round selection of over 2000 varieties of high-quality plant material; readily available to professionals in the landscape and nursery trade.
Growing Facility / Sales / Tours
6803 Kinns Rd. NE Woodburn, OR 97071
Phone: 503-982-6300
Fax: 503-982-3751
Email: orders@loennursery.com
M-F 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
Local Contractor Yard / Business / Will Call
19205 SW Cipole Rd. Sherwood, OR 97140
Phone: 503-625-5454
Fax: 503-625-1176
Email: alonzo@loennursery.com
M-F 7:30 am to 4:30 pm

Shade Trees

Tilia cordata
Medium growing, symmetrially pyramidal deciduous tree to about 40 feet by 30 feet. Hardy to about -30 degrees F. Dark green leaves have yellow fall color. Excellent street tree.
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Tilia e. 'Redmond'
Upright, broadly pyramidal deciduous shade tree. Light green foliage throughout the summer, turns yellowish during the fall.
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Tilia e. 'Rosehill'
Rounded, deciduous tree with; weeping mature lower branches. Glossy dark green foliage. Fragrant, yellowish flowers in June-early July.
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Tilia euchlora
Deciduous tree with an ovate crown and pendulous branches. Sharply serrated foliage with teeth having an abrupt sharp tip, glossy dark green above, paler and glabrous beneath except for axillary tufts of brown hairs. Fall color is yellow-green. Yellowish-white flowers produced in July followed by ovoid fruits. Tolerates pollution and hot, dry conditions.
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Tilia to. 'Green Mountain'
Dense, upright oval to pyramidal-oval deciduous tree. Glossy dark green foliage with a silvery underside. Fragrant, yellowish flowers in June-early July.
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Ulmus americna 'New Hamony' ~NET~
Form is V-shaped with a spreading habit. Small green flowers appear in spring before the dark green foliage emerges. Flowers give way to single-seeded, wafer-like samaras. Fast grower.
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Ulmus americna 'Princeton'
Form is V-shaped with a spreading habit. Small green flowers appear in spring before the dark green foliage emerges. Flowers give way to single-seeded, wafer-like samaras. Fast grower. Prefers well-draiend soil.
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Ulmus americna 'Valley Forge' ~NET~
Small green flowers appear in spring before the dark green foliage emerges. Flowers give way to single-seeded, wafer-like samaras. Deciduouis. Fast grower. Prefers well-drained soil.
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Ulmus 'Frontier'
Upright, pyramidal tree with attractive smooth, grey-green bark. Small dark green leaves turn a striking reddish purple to burgundy in fall. This variety will not seed. Resistant to Dutch elm disease.
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Ulmus glabra 'Camperdownii'
Weeping, deciduous tree. Tiny red flowers.
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Ulmus 'Morton Glossy' ~NET~
Upright oval form. Strong, upright branching with glossy deep-green foliage. Yellew fall color. Resistant to Dutch elm disease as well as elm yellows and the elm leaf beetle. Fast growing. Prefers moist, well-drained soil.
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Ulmus parvifolia
Upright deciduous tree. Attractive bark, gold fall color. Fast grower.
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Ulmus x wilsoniana 'Patriot'
Upright vase shaped tree. Yellow fall color. Perfect for park setting or any palnting site in need of a large impressive tree. Disease resistant.
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Umbellularia californica
Round-headed evergreen tree. Foliage is bright green, oblong, leathery, and very aromatic. Small yellow-green flowers.
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Zelkova s. 'Green Vase'®
Vase shaped with arching branches. Smooth gray bark. Dark green foilage. Orange to bronze/red fall color. Deciduous.
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Zelkova s. 'Halka' ~NET~
Dark green foilage, turns yellow in the fall. Fast growing when young. Deciduous.
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Zelkova s. 'Village Green'
Dark green foilage, turns to dusty red in the fall. Fast growing when young. Drought tolerant once established. Deciduous.
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Zelkova ser. 'Musashino'
Tight columnar form. Small leaves, with serrated margins, give the tree a fine-textured appearance. Yellowish- to rusty-red fall color.
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Zelkova serrata
Vase shaped crown. Foilage turns yellow, orange or red in the fall. Smooth gray bark in youth exfoliates with age to reveal orange-brown inner bark. Deciduous.
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