By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
Arborvitae are perfect for many landscapes used as single focal points or as part of a windbreak or privacy fence. If you need a different size or are interested in various cultivars, check out the following varieties of arborvitae in this article.
Plant names often give a glimpse into the form, color, size and other characteristics. Mr. Bowling Ball Thuja is no exception. The resemblance to its namesake as a domed plant that snugs into awkward spaces makes this arborvitae an attractive addition. Learn more here.
The key to successfully using arborvitae in the landscape is selecting the proper varieties. This article is about the popular variety of arborvitae commonly known as ?Emerald Green? or ?Smaragd.? Click here for Emerald Green arborvitae information.
Few garden plants grow faster or taller than the Thuja Green Giant. This enormous and vigorous evergreen can quickly tower above you and, in a few years, grow taller than your house. For more information about Thuja Green Giant plants, click here.
If you have arborvitae in your yard and you live in a cold climate, you have probably seen that they occasionally suffer winter damage. For more information about winter injury on arborvitae bushes, this article will help.
Beloved for their fast growth, arborvitae often require fertilizer to thrive. It isn?t difficult to begin fertilizing arborvitae. Click on this article to learn how to fertilize an arborvitae and the type of fertilizer for arborvitae.
Arborvitae are one of the most versatile and attractive trees or shrubs found in the landscape. Planting an arborvitae hedge provides security and a beautiful screen. Find growing tips in this article.