Minimal-maintenance plants that perform well in a variety of garden situations.
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Thuja occidentalis 'Golden Tuffet'
This pillow-shaped tuffet grows wider than tall, reminiscent of a mushroom cap. The golden-orange foliage has an unusual braided texture sure to invite closer inspection. Hardy, durable & adaptable to all soil types & tolerates full sun to part shade.
Thuja occidentalis 'Jantar'
The eye popping yellow on this version of Emerald Arborvitae becomes a warmer amber tone during winter, hence the name 'Jantar', Polish for amber. Has a narrow upright habit & will add dramatic color to the landscape as a focal plant or privacy screen.
Thuja occidentalis 'Mr. Bowling Ball'
This silvery-green, dwarf Arborvitae looks like an oversized bowling ball, except for its fine, almost lacy, texture. Actually, it is a reliable, mid-size, spherical bush that has many uses in the landscape. It is hardy, durable & adaptable to many conditions.
Thuja orientalis 'Franky Boy'
Filaments of lemon yellow foliage jutting out from a lime green interior move & sway with the slightest breeze creating an airy texture & great color contrast to other garden plants. You can have the effects of ornamental grasses without winter die-back. Light shearing will encourage a formal, compact form &provide a proliferation of bright & colorful foliage. Plant in full sun for best color.
Thuja plicata ‘Gruene Kugel’
A slow growing, globe-shaped mound with thick, coarse looking foliage. The rich, dark green color of this Western Red Cedar is accentuated in the winter when bronze colored foliage tips appear. Useful as a low hedge or border in full sun.
Thuja plicata 'Whipcord'
The unusual foliage on this low, mop-head-like plant consists of long, thick, glossy tendrils that suggest Independence Day fireworks. Unlike the species, which is a giant forest tree, the many branches seem to explode upward & send sparks cascading in all directions. Green in summer, the foliage changes to bronze in winter, matching the richly colored wood. Every garden can accommodate the small, dynamic conifer (only about 5' tall and 4' wide) that demonstrates some deer resistance.