A narrow pyramidal, dense habit makes it a popular choice for a larger screen or windbreak than the more compact Emerald Green Arborvitae. Dark green, scale-like foliage occurs on sprays that are on horizontal to slightly upright branches. May product small, upright, light brown seed cones.
Other Names: Western Red Cedar; Giant Arborvitae/Cedar
Want more info on sizes?
IndyPlants sells landscape size plant material. These often come in black nursery containers and are classified in sizes such as #2, #3, #5, etc. This correlates to the volume of the container, 2 gallon, 3, gallon, 5 gallon, etc. The bigger the number, the larger the pot, and the larger the plant. You’ll also see larger sizes such as 2” BB, 2.5” BB, 3” BB, etc. This stands for ‘Balled & Burlapped’. These plants are usually much larger and are not transported in black nursery pots. The sizing correlates to the diameter of the trunk of the tree.