"Emerald Green" arborvitaes have a narrow ... Sprinkle a handful of bone meal into the hole. Shake the container gently from around the arborvitae's root ball. Cut the container away from the ...
Perhaps the most popular variety is the emerald green arborvitae (T. occidentalis ‘Smargd’). Growing 12 to 15 feet tall, it is a staple screening shrub in many residential landscapes.
Even the smallest garden can benefit from the lines, textures and colors brought to a landscape when you plant an evergreen. Arborvitae (Thuja sp.) comes in many shapes and sizes and adapts well ...
In fact, I have one container of these in the sunroom year around. They are a good plant for lower light conditions as well as being up to the task of taking our full sun all day in summer.