Scout Forest @ MWC

The new Scout Forest is just beginning at Mountain Way Common.  The 43 trees were planted on December 8, 2018, as a Trees Atlanta grant to support Matthew Keagle's efforts to achieve the Boy Scouts of America Conservation Award.  An additional 101 trees and shrubs were planted on March 9th. These trees were purchased with funds from a NEEF grant awarded to MWC

Click on the map to see the locations and types of trees. 

Quantity      Common Name -Botanical Name 

8                   Serviceberry   -Amelanchier arborea  

19                 River birch   -Betula nigra 'Dura Heat'

8                   Redbud  -Cercis canadensis 

4                   American Beech  -Fagus grandifola 

5                   Blackgum  -Nyssa sylvatica 'Wildfire'

5                   Southern Red Oak  -Quercus falcata

4                   Bald Cypress   -Taxodium distichum

5                   Tulip Poplar  -Liriodendron tulipifera

8                   Red Chokeberry - Aronia arbutifolia

7                    Buttonbush - Cephalanthus occidentalis

10                  Fringetree - Chionanthus virginicus

15                  Black Willow - Salix nigra

8                   Witch Hazel - Hamamelis virginiana

13                  Sweetspire - Itea virginica

10                  Smooth Alder - Alnus serrulata

10                  Silky Dogwood - Cornus amomum

Click on the tree name to find out more.

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Hornaday Forest - Trees Atlanta Planting Day

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The Arbor Day Foundation provides an affordable way to introduce these trees into your yards. Click on the tree below to find out more about the trees and order. 

Common Name 

Serviceberry            

River Birch               

Redbud                      

American Beech       

Blackgum                 

Southern Red Oak     

 Bald Cypress            

 Tulip Poplar              

Sponsor a Tree

For $100 you can sponsor a tree.  This will help these new trees get off to a good start in the park!