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Arborvitae Thuja occidentalis
1. Pancake™ ('Concesarini')
No pruning is necessary to maintain the flattened shape of this distinctive arborvitae. The juvenile foliage turns a lovely blue hue in fall and winter. n/a Click to display 'Pancake™ ('Concesarini')' tag image n/a 12"-12" 24"-48" 3-7 3 Gallon
2. Techny Gold ('Walter Brown')
Techny Arborvitae has long been regarded as the hardiest, most rugged of all the Arborvitae. Now we have Golden Techny, a golden sport with the same hardiness. A major breakthrough in Gold arborvitae!   Click to display 'Techny Gold ('Walter Brown')' tag image n/a 10'-15' 5'-6' 3 10" Black
Arborvitae (Dwarf Alberta Spruce)
3. Filips Magic Moment
Dwarf Alberta Spruce are extremely popular in residential landscapes - maybe too popular. Here's an easy-to-grow alternative with the same desirable size and habit, plus brighter color. It's perfect for flanking formal entryways, either in the ground or in large containers. n/a Click to display 'Filips Magic Moment' tag image n/a 6'-7'10" 24"-48" 3-7 3 Gallon
Arborvitae (Dwarf Globe)
4. Mr. Bowling Ball ('Bobazam')
An excellent choice for a low-maintenance landscape. This versatile, perfectly round evergreen can be used in borders, rock gardens, to enhance foundation plantings or highlighted as a specimen, especially in formal gardens. The foliage varies dramatically from more common arborvitae. Soft, finely textured needles are sage green and almost feathery in appearance. Prefers full sun and well-drained soil but will tolerate light shade.   Click to display 'Mr. Bowling Ball ('Bobazam')' tag image n/a 24"-36" 24"-36" 4-8 1 Gallon
5. Teddy
Teddy Bear Arborvitae is a fantastic new plant. Teddy is a petite, globe-shaped evergreen with finely textured, almost feathery foliage. The blue green needles take on a bronze tinge in fall. Its diminutive size will make its uses almost unlimited.   Click to display 'Teddy' tag image n/a 10"-15" 9"-12" 3-8 10" Black
Arborvitae (Dwarf Pyramid)
6. Holmstrup
A compact plant with an upright habit. Bright green color and light bushy foliage gives the plant a textured appearance. Does well in light shade, tolerates poor drainage. A great hardy upright evergreen for the landscape.   Click to display 'Holmstrup' tag image n/a 48"-6' 18"-30" 3-8 5 Gallon
Arborvitae (Dwarf Pyramidal)
7. Wansdyke Silver
A striking plant with silver-white variegation and loose thread-like foliage. Use as a privacy hedge, a vertical accent, or for winter interest.   Click to display 'Wansdyke Silver' tag image n/a 5'-8' 24"-36" 3-9 10" Black
Arborvitae (Globe)
8. First Editions® Technito™ ('BailJohn')
Technito® Globe has the attractive dark green color of Techny and retains it through winter just as well. This cultivar, being noticeably more compact, makes an excellent accent plant. Some shearing will be required to maintain its rounded form.   Click to display 'First Editions® Technito™ ('BailJohn')' tag image n/a 24" 24" 3-7 7 Gallon
Arborvitae (Highlights)
9. Highlights™ ('Janed Gold')
Intense yellow-gold foliage shines year round on this sport of Emerald Green. Tight compact pyramidal habit becomes more conical with maturity. Performs well in summer heat when watered regularly. With its bright evergreen foliage it is excellent used as an eye catching hedge or a garden specimen.   Click to display 'Highlights™ ('Janed Gold')' tag image n/a 8'-12' 48"-5' 5-8 5 Gallon
Arborvitae (Nigra Dark Green)
10. Nigra Dark Green Arborvitae ('Nigra')
One of the best varieties for cold climates. Unlike some evergreens, 'Nigra' will keep its dark green color all winter long. Useful as a specifmen, accent, hedge and commonly used in foundation plantings.   Click to display 'Nigra Dark Green Arborvitae ('Nigra')' tag image n/a 20'9"-30' 48"-10' 3-7 Unknown
Arborvitae (Pyramidal)
11. Emerald Green ('Smaragd')
A very popular, tight pyramidal form with shiny, bright emerald-green foliage and good winter color. A real beauty!   Click to display 'Emerald Green ('Smaragd')' tag image n/a 10'-15' 36"-48" 4-8 3 Gallon
12. First Editions® Technito™ ('BailJohn')
Technito® has attractive dark green color that holds equally well through winter. This selection is quite dense, and a great improvement on other Arborvitae because it requires less shearing than others. Technito forms a compact pyramidal outline.     n/a 8'-10' 48"-5' 3-7 2 Gallon
13. Pyramidal Arborvitae ('Pyramidalis')
This hardy and fast growing narrowly columnar evergreen has soft, bright green foliage. The shape can be easily maintained with minimum trimming. This plant is very useful as a tall narrow hedge or screen.   Click to display 'Pyramidal Arborvitae ('Pyramidalis')' tag image n/a 12'-25' 36"-8' 3-8 Unknown
Arborvitae (Woodwardii Globe)
14. Woodwardii
Woodwardii has been a very reliable Arborvitae variety for many, many years - performs well year after year. Small to medium globe shaped evergreen with very showy, rich deep green foliage which holds its color very well in the winter. No pruning needed, will NOT become overgrown. Excellent for an accent plant. Makes an excellent foreground planting, and is also a good choice as a lower growing screen / hedge when planted closely together ( 3 ft or so ). Very low maintenance. SA-3 Click to display 'Woodwardii' tag image n/a 42"-48" 48"-5' 4-8 3 Gallon
Threadleaf White Cedar
15. Filiformis
A very interesting and yet rare evergreen which features arching sprays of fine, thread-like bright green foliage on a mounding, haystack form, unquestionably distinctive, use as a solitary for effect or in the garden; needs shelter from drying\winds.     n/a 6'-8' 5'-6' 3 10" Black
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