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(Eastern Arborvitae, White Cedar)

It is likely that no native American evergreen is more prevalent in the North American landscape than arborvitae. Its cultivar 'Brandon' is an exceptionally hardy and narrow-growing form that is well adapted to cold regions such as the northern plains of central North America. This tall conical selection has flattened feathery sprays of soft, scale-like, bright green foliage that resists browning in winter. The leaves emit a pungent odor when bruised. The small tan female cones are not ornamentally...

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Jessie Keith

(Eastern Arborvitae, White Cedar)

It is likely that no native American evergreen is more prevalent in the North American landscape. Arborvitae is a hardy pyramidal coniferous tree usually cultivated in one of its many shrubby forms. This native of eastern North America has flattened feathery sprays of soft, scale-like, medium to dark green foliage that may turn shades of green and brown in winter. The leaves emit a pungent odor when bruised. Its dense branches often curve upwards, giving mature trees a soft, attractive look. The...

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James H. Schutte

(Eastern Arborvitae, White Cedar)

It is likely that no native American evergreen is more prevalent in the North American landscape than arborvitae. Small and tidy, 'Dancia' is a dwarf spherical form of arborvitae with vertical fan-like sprays of soft, feathery, bright green foliage that resists browning in winter. The leaves emit a pungent odor when bruised. The small tan female cones are not ornamentally significant.

Arborvitae performs best in full to part sun and acidic to neutral soil with average drainage. It appreciates...

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James H. Schutte

(Eastern Arborvitae, White Cedar)

It is likely that no native American evergreen is more prevalent in the North American landscape than arborvitae. Slowly forming a dark-hued exclamation point in the landscape, 'DeGroot's Spire' is a columnar selection with flattened feathery sprays of soft, scale-like, deep green foliage that becomes purple-tinged in winter. The leaves emit a pungent odor when bruised. The small tan female cones are not ornamentally significant.

Arborvitae performs best in full to part sun and acidic to neutral...

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James H. Schutte

(Eastern Arborvitae, Threadleaf Arborvitae)

Pendent, thread-like strands of scaly needles cover this evergreen shrub. With origins in northeastern North America, 'Filiformis' develops into an upright, pyramidal mass with elegant grace and visual texture. The foliage is mainly a bright green, almost lime-green, with slightly deeper, muted yellow-green or bronze-green hues during the winter months. Crush a twig or needles and enjoy the fragrant oils in the air. Although rarely seen, the shrub's exfoliating bark is orange-brown.

The weeping...

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Jesse Saylor

(Eastern Arborvitae, White Cedar)

It is likely that no native American evergreen is more prevalent in the North American landscape than arborvitae. A small tidy shrub introduced more than 100 years ago, 'Globosa' is a dense compact spherical form of this eastern North American native. Its fan-like sprays of soft, feathery, bright green foliage may take on a coppery cast in winter. The leaves emit a pungent odor when bruised. The small tan female cones are not ornamentally significant.

Arborvitae performs best in full to part...

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Bosh Bruening

(American Arborvitae, Eastern Arborvitae, Golden Globe Arborvitae, White Cedar)

Bright and uniform, Golden Globe arborvitae is a neat, broadly spherical, dwarf, scaled evergreen shrub originating from eastern North America. This highly popular plant is a residential and commercial landscape staple due to its reliable performance and soft sprays of feathery, golden yellow foliage that covers its branches.

Arborvitae performs best in full to part sun and slightly acidic soil with average drainage. In winter it appreciates protection from severe sun and high winds, which can...

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James H. Schutte

(American Arborvitae, Eastern Arborvitae, Hetz Midget Arborvitae, White Cedar)

Compact and reliable, ‘Hetz Midget’ is a neat, spherical, scaled evergreen shrub originating from northeastern North America. This highly popular plant has tight sprays of soft, feathery, rich green foliage covering branches.

Arborvitae performs best in full to part sun and slightly acidic soil with average drainage. In winter it appreciates protection from severe sun and high winds, which can cause leaf scorch. Highly versatile, ‘Hetz Midget’ is an excellent plant for walkways, rock gardens,...

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James H. Schutte

(Eastern Arborvitae, Hetz Wintergreen Arborvitae, White Cedar)

It is likely that no native American evergreen is more prevalent in the North American landscape. Arborvitae is a hardy pyramidal coniferous tree usually cultivated in one of its many shrubby forms. This native of eastern North America has flattened feathery sprays of soft, scale-like, medium to dark green foliage that may turn shades of green and brown in winter. The leaves emit a pungent odor when bruised. Its dense branches often curve upwards, giving mature trees a soft, attractive look. The...

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James H. Schutte

(Eastern Arborvitae, White Cedar)

It is likely that no native American evergreen is more prevalent in the North American landscape than arborvitae. The cultivar 'Holmstrup' is a compact dense narrowly pyramidal form of this eastern North American native. This slow-growing selection has flattened vertical fan-like sprays of soft, feathery, rich green foliage that holds its color in winter. The leaves emit a pungent odor when bruised. The small tan female cones are not ornamentally significant.

Arborvitae performs best in full...