Emerald Green Arborvitae

Arborvitae means the “Tree of Life”. This selection will give you a breath of fresh air in your landscaping project. If you have tried a Green Giant Arborvitae and it has grown too tall for you, then try this one. You’ll see right away that it’s just a great size and shape for small to medium sized yards. Features of this Arborvitae are bright green foliage that has a very soft sheen to it. It will stand out in your garden but not be “showy.” These Arborvitae become the bones of your garden giving it structure and definition all year-round.

Emerald Green Arborvitae make wonderful green walls to define your outdoor area or a room. You can use them to gain privacy for your patio or to shield you from an unsightly view. They fit nicely in tight spaces, such as along a garage wall or a high wall on your home. Side yards benefit from them as they create a soft wall that wasn’t there before or to create a beautiful border to your property. If you need that privacy quickly just plant them close together at about every 3 or 4 feet apart. These plants will grow together and form a solid mass without any space in between.

Find them at Heritage Hill Nursery, Inc. in Cedarburg, WI today.

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