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 €œshowy. € 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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