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Thuja orientalis


Native shrub or tree growing to 50 feet tall, the crown narrowly conic to broadly pyramidal, with spreading, densely crowded branches; branchlets flattened, in fan-shaped sprays.  It is often used for hedges and other types of border or shelter plantings. Stands of Arborvitae are valuable for wildlife habitat, particularly in severe winters for white-tailed deer, which use it for both shelter and browse. These trees also provide habitats for many species of birds.

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  • SKU: 1
  • Type: Hardwood
  • Hardiness Zones: 4, 5, 6, 7
  • Moisture Zones: Central, Eastern, Most, Western
  • Soil Type: Clay, Dry
  • Windbreak: Superior
  • Erosion Control: Poor
  • Wildlife: Superior
  • Product Type: Bare-Root Seedlings

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