The Thuja Green Giant Evergreen Tree, sometimes called Western Red Cedar, is one o the most highly desired landscape trees in the U.S. due to its high tolerance or all soil conditions and rapid growth. Under average conditions, the tree grows 3 to 5 eet each year and is one o the astest growing Arborvitaes available or sale. The Thuja Green Giant is known or its thick, sot, dark green oliage that grows rom the base o the tree to the tip. The ast-growing evergreen makes an ecellent privacy screen in commercial or residential settings. The hardy, native tree is easy to grow and does well in most soil types. It is drought resistant, disease resistant and deer resistant. Birds love it, but pests don
Features & Highlights
- CANNOT ship to AZ
- Thuja Green Giant: Feather-soft, dark green foliage that stays green 12 months a year; The fastest-growing evergreen with up to 5 feet of new growth each year
- Plant Early Spring or Late Fall: Plant Thuja Green Giant Evergreen Trees before heavy spring rains are expected or in late fall after the trees have gone dormant; Mulch around base after planting to retain moisture and warmth
- Full to Partial Sun: Widely adaptable tree tolerates full to partial sunlight; Grows in zones 5 through 8
- Enjoy large evergreens with developed root systems for instant privacy!
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