Arborvitae, or Thuja, as they are sometimes referred to, have become extremely popular for a wide number of uses in today's landscapes. Arborvitae is now available in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and even several color variations are now easily acquired. Arborvitaes can adapt to a wide variety of soil conditions, and most are very cold hardy. From the massive Green Giant Arborvitae to the diminutive Hetzi Midget, there is sure to be just the right Arborvitae for just about any landscape project. Please click on any variety below to go to its own page complete with additional descriptions, specifications, photos, and purchasing options. Note: We do not ship to California.
YOU CAN STILL ADD MORE!
Arborvitae Guy - Product Information
I am wanting to create a "grove" with the kanapaha and am wondering if it can be pruned to have a more open appearance of a running bamboo. My current plan is to have a 20' X 25' L-shaped grove with about 8' width. I am planting the clums about 4' apart. I live in the Panhandle of Fl, so winters get a bit cold for the Oldhamii. Is this a good bamboo to accomplish this. You can create a "grove" like you describe with Emerald but it will require quite a bit of annual culling of canes.
Relevancy Transaction Level Response Rate. Supplier Types Trade Assurance. Supplier A premium membership for higher-level suppliers. Supplier Location. Order : OK.
Call to Order! Thick and full, the moderately-sized Wichita Blue Juniper creates an impenetrable screen or windbreak but is short enough to not interfere with power lines. A row of these Junipers will add vertical interest along fences, streets and beyond, performing as screens or windbreaks. Evergreen, long-lived and deer resistant, the Juniper stands out year-round.