In this study, four kinds of woody species Zelkova schneideriana, Toona ciliata var. pubescens, Koelreuteria paniculata and Schima superba were tested under different (Pb, Zn) application rate level that range from CK to L4 by pot experiment. The results showed that the biggest content of Pb in different woody species were 769.14、468.60、419.88、1 098.15 mg·kg~(-1), respectively, following the order: Schima superba > Zelkova schneideriana > Toona ciliata var. pubescens > Koelreuteria paniculata. Translocation factor of four kinds of woody species for Pb were all lower than 1. The order of the accumulator factor of the above ground organs was that Toona ciliata var. pubescens > Schima superba > Koelreuteria paniculata > Zelkova schneideriana and the root was that Schima superba > Toona ciliata var. pubescens > Zelkova schneideriana > Koelreuteria paniculata. The highest content of Zn in three kinds of woody species were that 144.83、154.96、166.23 mg·kg~(-1), respectively. The most important component for heavy metals of three kinds of woody species was root when the concentration lower than L4. In a certain range of concentration, Pb, Zn had a promoting effect on the uptake of K, Ca in leaf, but inhibited the uptake of Fe. According to the Translocation factor, accumulator factor, four woody species were capable of accumulating and translocating Pb under Pb stress. Toona ciliata var. pubescens, Koelreuteria paniculata and Schima superba were proved to possess poor tolerance to Zn stress, but Zelkova schneideriana.