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Mark A. Miller

(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 Burghardt

(American Arborvitae, Eastern Arborvitae, Little Giant Arborvitae, White Cedar)

A little more round than it is a giant, ‘Little Giant’ arborvitae is a compact, spherical, dwarf scaled evergreen shrub originating from eastern North America. This popular cultivar has soft, dense, feathery, dark 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, ‘Little Giant’ is an excellent plant for walkways,...

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Jessie Keith

(Eastern Arborvitae, White Cedar)

Very tall with a narrow width, ‘Nigra’ is a dense, narrowly cone-shaped, evergreen large shrub originating from northeastern North America with deep, nearly blackish green foliage (especially in winter cold). This popular plant has tight sprays of soft, feathery, dark 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...

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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. 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. Long popular for its rich golden foliage, 'Rheingold' is a compact slow-growing conical form of this eastern North American native. This circa 1900 introduction has flattened fan-like sprays of soft, feathery foliage that fairly glows in the winter landscape. The leaves emit a pungent odor when bruised. The small tan female cones are not ornamentally significant.

This cultivar performs...

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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. 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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Jessie Keith

(Eastern Arborvitae, White Cedar)

Eastern Arborvitae is a pyramidal, cone-breaing evergreen tree native to eastern North America. Its flattened sprays of dense, rich green foliage provide year-round interest. The selection Emerald ('Smaragd') features a compact, conical habit and bright emerald-green scaled needles that hold their color all winter, unlike many forms of the species.

Arborvitae needs full to partial sun exposures and moist, well-drained soil. Emerald is useful for screening and hedges or as a specimen or accent.

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Eastern Arborvitae, Techny Arborvitae)

It is likely that no native American evergreen is more prevalent in the North American landscape than arborvitae. Valued for its hardiness, vigor, upright habit, and handsome foliage, 'Techny' is a large dense pyramidal form of this eastern North American native. Its flattened feathery sprays of soft, scale-like foliage are deep green year round, blackened green in winter's cold. The leaves emit a pungent odor when bruised. The small tan female cones are not ornamentally significant.

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James H. Schutte

(Eastern Arborvitae, Tiny Tim Arborvitae)

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...

(Dwarf Arborvitae, Eastern Arborvitae)

It is likely that no native American evergreen is more prevalent in the North American landscape than arborvitae. Clad in rich green foliage that holds its color in winter, 'Tom Thumb' is a dense compact globular selection of this eastern North American native. Its fan-like sprays of soft, feathery, rich green foliage do not go brown in winter, as do those of the otherwise similar 'Globosa'. The leaves emit a pungent odor when bruised. The small tan female cones are not ornamentally significant....