I received the plant early, it came in very good condition, nice and green. I followed the instructions for planting, so it should make it through the winter. Happy customer. Rating Required Select Rating 1 star worst 2 stars 3 stars average 4 stars 5 stars best. Name Required. Email Required.
Types of Arborvitaes: Varieties of Arborvitae Hedges, Trees, and Shrubs (Pictures)
Thuja occidentalis 'Hetz Midget' - worth growing??
A History of Innovation and Discovery: Fairview Evergreen New Plant Introductions During the course of our years of growing the finest ornamental nursery stock available in our green industry, we have proudly originated and introduced many new evergreen cultivars to the trade. We provided all of these plants to the trade openly, with no patent or royalty fees attached, nor restrictions placed upon others who wished to grow these new varieties. We hoped these new plants would add beauty and diversity to the palette of landscape selections available to property holders wishing to enhance the aesthetic value of their homes and businesses. We believe our plant introductions have accomplished this goal for decades, and continue to do so today. We are often asked to tell the stories of how some of these Fairview Evergreen introductions came to be. What better time than our th anniversary, then, to share some of the history behind just a few these popular and time-tested Fairview Originals! Much of the history here comes courtesy of D.
Perfect for planting between buildings. Rich green foliage takes on purple cast in winter. Twisted texture on pyramidal form tolerates shearing nicely for a more tailored column. Very cold hardy.