Organic White Cedar tree seeds "Tree of Life"
White Cedar (Thuja occidentalis)Buy 2 get 1 free Limited time only until sept 30 2021
In Central Canada the native White Cedar (Thuja occidentalis) is the most popular of all for use as a hedge They sit for a year or two in your garden before growing but when they do you can expect up to a meter of new growth each year. This usually occurs in the 3rd year.
White cedar or arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis) makes an excellent, fine-textured evergreen hedge
Thuja occidentalis, also known as white cedar, is an evergreen coniferous tree, in the cypress family Cupressaceae, which is native to eastern Canada and much of the north, central and upper Northeastern United States
The name arborvitae is particularly used in the horticultural trade in the United States. It is Latin for "tree of life" - due to the supposed medicinal properties of the sap, bark and twigs.
Hedges are a functional feature in many gardens. They can be small or large, formal or informal. They can also function to break a long garden into smaller units, to define a space or to provide a visual barrier or windbreak.
Eastern White Cedar
Thuja occidentalis (Eastern White Cedar) is hardy to Zone 2. Consider field grown specimens, as they are usually more economical and offer single stemmed specimens. These native plants are versatile, will thrive in sun or part shade, require neutral to alkaline moist soil and prefer good drainage.
Upkeep trimming in June: to keep the hedge straight, tie a string between 2 posts at either end of the hedge to use as a guideline for pruning. Keep the bottom of the pruned hedge slightly wider than top.
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