Dense, Soft Evergreen That You Never Need to Trim!The Arborvitae Woodward, ‘Thuja occidentalis ‘Woodwardii’, is a compact round plant that never needs trimming to maintain its shape!Arborvitae Woodward is a compact, evergreen shrub. It has dense, soft, scale-like, green foliage that occurs as flattened sprays at the ends of short, ascending branches. Its small flowers are inconspicuous and it develops ½ inch cones.This plant is fast growing for an Arborvitae, and can tolerate a wide variety of soil types, light shade and wet sites. This Woodward Arborvitae has no serious diseases or pests.The Woodward is an excellent foundation plant, and it is well suited for a short border or lining a sidewalk.* Compact* Fast growing* Foundation plant* Globe .
Great Medium Size Hedge or BorderGolden Globe is a plant that will brighten up any landscape. Arborvitae – Golden Globe, Thuja occidentalis ‘Golden Globe’, has a very nice, round, globe shape that doesn’t get out of control. The foliage is very dense, with a beautiful golden yellow color on the outside of the plant – nice bright green in the interior section. Urn-shaped cones, about 1/2″ long, mature in autumn to reddish brown. Golden Glode is most often seen as a 2 to 4 foot high shrub and is a great, carefree choice for accent plantings. When planted close together it makes a nice medium sized hedge/border. Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. It tolerates wide range of soils and likes humid weather with regular rains. In hot and dry weather, periodic, deep waterings are advisable. Coloration will darken to bronze just a bit during winter weather but remains quite attractive.* Keeps round shape* Easy to grow* Dense evergreen foliage.
Arborvitae – Grune Kugel, Thuja plicata ‘Grune Kugel’, is a Western Red Cedar that grows slowly into a small neat mound, with shiny mint-green foliage.Grune Kugel forms a dense, lush shrub that can be used to line walkways, in the front of shrub borders, or plant in groups to fill small areas.It is easy to grow and useful for many landscapes!The tips of Grune Kugels foliage turns a bronze cast in winter which protects from winter winds.This shrub needs regular watering weekly, or more often in extreme heat. Follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system.This arborvitae will tolerate wet areas in your landscape and it can fit into just about any landscape!* Dwarf arborvitae* Easy to care for* Year-around interest.
Naturally Rounded, Dense EvergreenThe Hetz Midget Arborvitae, Thuja occidentalis ‘Hetz Midget’, is a dense, slow growing evergreen that requires no shearing to maintain its naturally round, globe form.Being one of the smallest miniature landscape evergreens, with a very neat and tidy 3 to 4 feet form, Hetz Midget Arborvitae can be used in a front row of layered foundation plantings or as an accent or border in perennial beds. It also make a great informal hedge.It has fine rich green foliage during the summer that takes on a purple cast in the winter months. This arborvitae prefers full sun and protection from strong winds. Hetz is adaptable to a wide variety of soil types.The Hetz Midget Arborvitae is identified primarily by unique flat and filigree sprays made up of tiny, scaly leaves. The tree loves limestone areas and can take full sun to light shade.Being a very tough and durable plant, Hetz Midget Arborvitae makes a popular accent plant for mixed borders or containers!*Globe Form*Purple Cast in Autumn*Neat, Tidy Shape Works Beautifully as a Hedge, or in Containers .
The Pygmy Globe Arborvitae, Thuja occidentalis ‘Pygmy Globe’, is a dwarf, globe-shaped evergreen with bright green foliage that grows slowly and is very compact.It needs no shearing to maintain its form; this arborvitae makes an excellent, low maintenance foundation plant or dwarf hedge. This bright green arborvitae can really add form to your landscape!Pygmy shrubs are relatively slow growing, but once established dwarf plants tend to be long lived. Pygmies are a dwarf form of otherwise larger trees in the arborvitae species, and thus they can take longer to reach maturity.Pygmy Globe Arborvitae makes a nice hedge specimen or foundation plant, but needs to be planted in area protected from winter sun.This slow-growing Pygmy Globe arborvitae shrub has wonderful and specific features that make it worth considering for your property!* Slow growing* Low maintenance* Dwarf.
The Arborvitae ‘Berckman’s Golden’, Thuja orientalis ‘Aurea Nana’, is a slow-growing dense, and oval-shaped evergreen that grows 8-10 feet tall; does not get out of control.The branch tips are a cheery, bright golden yellow; nice bright green in the interior section, and then turning bronze in winter.The cones start out as a bluish white color, eventually ripening to a mahogany brown. This arborvitae is easy to grow in well-drained soils and very low maintenance.’Berckman’s Golden’ is a great, carefree choice for accent plantings; when planted close together, they make a nice medium sized hedge or border. Use this arborvitae to accentuate an entryway, as an informal, low maintenance hedge, or as a focal point in the landscape.* Evergreen* Carefree* Dense.
Cold Hardy, Dark Green Dwarf ArborvitaeThe Globe Arborvitae, Thuja occidentalsis, is a globe shaped dwarf arborvitae tree. This Arborvitae tree has bright green foliage and is one of the hardiest growing evergreen trees. It does not need to be sheared to maintain the globe shape!The Globe tree or shrub thrives in full sun or light shade, and can grow in a variety of soil conditions. This shrub has great appeal as a specimen planting or as an accent shrub in a garden area.This arborvitae is rather drought resistant, and can withstand cold temperatures. If planted in hotter summer temperatures, partial shade should be provided to prevent browning on the tips of the leaves.Once the Globe is planted, it requires little maintenance; fertilizer may be applied every few years or so to aid in faster growing.The Globe arborvitae is also very easy to grow en mass, and will make a good wind block for shorter, more fragile plants!* Dwarf* Globe shaped* Low maintenance.
The Teddy Arborvitae, Thuja occidentalis ‘Teddy’, is a tiny, globe-shaped evergreen with finely textured, almost feathery foliage. The blue-green needles take on a bronze tint in winter.It is a loveable, huggable dwarf globe with soft juvenile foliage. The foliage is so soft, it almost feels like fur!Gently shear for perfect spheres to look its best, or allow it to mature naturally into an oval shape. It requires full sun to partial shade, and it is best to follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system.This arborvitae lends itself well as an easy care plant that can be used as an accent plant in borders, containers or rock gardens. It is also deer resistant.This delightful dwarf Teddy Bear arborvitae is sure to attract attention in your garden!* Dwarf* Easy care* Globe-shaped.
It’s so fluffy you want to pet it! Thuja’s are easy shrubs that add height and texture to any garden. They are usually grown for their ability to quickly screen an area or fill up an empty space. They are very quick growers. Thuja ‘Fluffy’ is no exception. What ‘Fluffy’ brings to the table that is different than other thuja’s is – just like its name says – fluffiness! Fluffy’s foliage is so feather-like that you just want to give it a big hug or pet it or brush it. (You can go ahead and name it like you would a new pet, if you want. We won’t tell anybody!) The bright yellow-green foliage lends such great texture to the evergreen border that we can see this being the new go-to foundation plant. ‘Fluffy’ is very hardy and burn resistant even though it has such bright, soft needles. It doesn’t lose its color in the winter months, standing up to even blankets of snow. ‘Fluffy’ works really well with dark leaved companions like smoke trees and Chinese fringe flowers. It also is a great foil for darker green evergreens and fir trees. Honestly, you can use ‘Fluffy’ just about anywhere and be happy with the results! You will want to add this really pretty plant to your landscape at some point, so why not now? Order today! * Fluffy yellow/green foliage * Full sun * Great pyramidal form * Easy care * Only grows to 5’-10’ tall * Perfect for smaller gardens and borders.
Perfectly round shrub needs no pruning! Thuja’s are shrubs that landscapers turn to when they need to quickly screen an area or fill up an empty space. Thuja’s are usually tall and thick and grow very quickly. Thuja ‘Tiny Tot’ is the exception to that rule. This Thuja only grows 1-2’ tall and is just a little taller than it is wide. It is an almost perfectly round orb of deep green. It is covered in swirling whorls of foliage that give it a rich texture and movement. The bright, deep green foliage lends such great look to the evergreen border that we can see this being a new go-to for foundation landscaping. ‘Tiny Tot’ is very hardy and burn resistant. It doesn’t fade in the winter, and is just as captivating in the heat of the summer as under blankets of snow in the winter. It grows faster than other ball-type thuja’s to reach its full height. ‘Tiny Tot’ works really well as a low-maintenance hedge or border. It blends well with maroon and golden leaved companions. It also is a great foil for larger thuja, evergreens and fir trees. ‘Tiny Tot’ is happy as a focal point or as a team player. Try it in a row lining a path or in pairs as sentry’s by the front door. If you want a sculptural shrub to add to your landscape, then this is the one. Order today! * Swirlig fans of green foliage * Full sun * Great globe form * Easy care * Only grows to 1’ – 2’ tall * Perfect for smaller gardens and borders.
Dwarf Thuja is Perfectly Round!Arborvitae is a plant with one of the greatest ranges of size and form in the garden world. You might have seen them as 40 foot tall windbreaks at your local shopping mall or as an 8 foot tall standard evergreen in your neighborhood foundation plantings, or even as low groundcovers. But you have never seen Arborvitae quite like this! Introducing Anna’s Magic Ball Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis ”Anna Van Vloten” USPP 25,868) from Proven Winners.A perfectly round ball of yellow-green foliage, this great little shrub is a powerhouse in the landscape. Growing only 15 inches high, it is perfect for front of the border, filling spaces in a sparse foundation planting or as the ‘thriller’ in a container planting.Evergreen, it lights up your landscape year round. It looks handsome through heat or snow and never requires pruning. The airy foliage looks great with other forms of Thuja or with round or strappy foliage around it.Anna’a Magic Ball Arborvitae does well in sun or part shade. Brighten up your tired landscape today with this wonderful shrub.These are great shrubs that will sell out quickly, so order yours from us today!* Evergreen* Miniature – only 15” high* Great for front of border.
A Living ‘Bowling Ball’ for Your Garden or Small SpaceMr. Bowling Ball Arborvitae, Thuja occidentalis ‘Bobazam’, is a hardy evergreen. These would make a lovely, low hedge or foundation planting for your yard. They’re especially useful in areas where space is limited!You’re sure to love your Mr. Bowling Ball Arborvitae from the moment you see it. This adorable plant has all the wonderful characteristics of an Arborvitae in a spherical, no maintenance form.Mr. Bowling Ball’s lacy, fine-textured foliage is soft-to-the-touch and retains its rich, green color year-round. It’s a unique, compact, perfectly global Arborvitae, filling out right down to ground level.Mr. Bowling Ball Arborvitae is a dwarf conifer growing to about 3 feet in height with an equal spread, so it’s especially great for urban settings where space may be at a premium. It has no significant disease or insect problems. Mr. Bowling Ball Arborvitae is adaptable to a variety of soils and conditions, including some tolerance of urban pollution. It requires little or no shearing and needs no pruning to remain neat and tidy. Mr. Bowling Ball Arborvitae can be expected to live up to 30 years, so it’s certainly a good investment in an Arborvitae.* Compact, unique shape * Maintains green color * Hardy.
Hardy Evergreen with Distinct FoliageFire Chief Arborvitae, Thuja occidentalis ‘Fire Chief’, is an evergreen plant that displays distinctive foliage coloration which is reddish at the tips when grown under full sun conditions. When grown in shaded locations the foliage is more green in coloration. It has a rounded growth habit and good winter hardiness. It can mature to 3′-5′ with an equal spread.The Fire Chief Arborvitae is well suited for providing attractive and colorful ornamentation. It resists sun and winter burning.Fire Chief Arborvitae provides food and shelter for wildlife. White-tailed deer, snowshoe hares, and porcupines heavily browse the foliage. Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Somewhat wide range of soil tolerance, but prefers moist, well-drained loams. Intolerant of dry conditions.The Fire Chief Arborvitae is best in full sun, but generally appreciates some light afternoon shade in hot summer climate.* Red Tips on Evergreen Plant* Full Sun to Light Shade* Rounded Growth Form.
Round Fluffy Evergreen Makes a Giant Impact!The Little Giant Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis ‘Little Giant’) really lives up to its name. It is a little plant – especially compared to its skyscraping Arborvitae cousins – only reaching 4ft x 4ft. It has little leaves and needs little pruning and gets by with relatively little attention.But what isn’t little about this plant is the giant impact it will make in your garden. As one of only a handful of landscape plants that grow in a naturally spherical shape, it will really stand out against all of the cones and columns you’re used to seeing in evergreens throughout the year.Little Giant’s small lacy fan-like leaves (actually flat needles) are a rich deep green that makes it a fine stand-in for boxwoods and hollies. It will even do the same jobs as those guys – form it into a low border, tuck it into a foundation planting or single it out as an interesting specimen plant.Little Giant does the best in full sun, but will generally appreciate some light afternoon shade in hot summer climate.Don’t let the name throw you. Nature Hills Little Giant is a big deal in your garden. Order several today!* Rich green leaves* Slow growing* Round shape.