Thuja plicata ‘Lucky Find’

Lucky Find Arborvitae This colorful seedling displays yellow tips on green sprays of foliage. Winter changes the green to a very dark purple-brown while the yellow tips continue to stand out against the darker foliage. Graceful branching and coloring serves well as a specimen or is amenable to shearing to form a bright hedge or […]

Thuja plicata Forever Goldy®

Forever Goldy® Arborvitae With intense yellow foliage that stays bright all season and through the winter, this plant is truly forever gold. Being both heat and drought tolerant, it is highly resistant to burn. Fast growing but compact, it serves excellently as a low maintenance hedge or screen. Definitely an eye-catcher in the garden. Garden […]

Thuja occidentalis ‘Autumn Moon’

Autumn Moon Arborvitae A dense, rounded plant with upright fans of canary yellow foliage, ‘Autumn Moon’ stays uniform and tidy without developing an oval, upright habit like other yellow forms found in the marketplace. Can be planted in a row to make a stunningly colorful border or for individual color spots throughout the landscape. Garden […]

Thuja (Platycladus) orientalis ‘Morgan’

Morgan Oriental Arborvitae Thuja (Platycladus) orientalis ‘Morgan’ displays lime green foliage in summer, which turns to purple bronze in fall, then amber to deep orange in winter. Flat fans of soft, colorful foliage are held vertically and are very dense. The result is a circle of soft foliage around an upright growing plant. Originating in […]

Thuja plicata ‘Whipcord’ – on standard

Whipcord Western Red Cedar on standard The unusual foliage on this low, mop-head-like plant consists of long, thick, glossy tendrils that suggest Independence Day fireworks. Unlike the species, which is a giant forest tree, Thuja plicata ‘Whipcord’ has many branches that seem to explode upward and send sparks cascading in all directions. Green in summer, the foliage changes […]

Thuja plicata ‘Whipcord’

Whipcord Western Red Cedar The unusual foliage on this low, mop-head-like plant consists of long, thick, glossy tendrils that suggest Independence Day fireworks. Unlike the species, which is a giant forest tree, the many branches of Thuja plicata ‘Whipcord’ seem to explode upward and send sparks cascading in all directions. Green in summer, the foliage changes to bronze […]

Thuja plicata ‘Virescens’

Virescens Western Red Cedar Thuja plicata ‘Virescens’ becomes a tall, tight, pyramid with up-reaching branches and a slightly narrower habit than the species. Its dark green foliage, which stays green all year, is so glossy that it seems to glisten. Trees prefer moist, well-drained soil in full or partial sun. Some deer resistance. Garden Size: 25’H […]

Thuja plicata ‘Gruene Kugel’

Dwarf Western Red Cedar Thuja plicata ‘Gruene Kugel’ is a slow growing, globe-shaped mound with thick, coarse looking foliage. The rich, dark green color of this Western Red Cedar is accentuated in the winter when bronze colored foliage tips appear. Useful as a low hedge or border in full sun. Garden Size: 3’H x 4’W Dwarf: […]

Thuja plicata ‘Hogan’

Hogan’s Western Red Cedar A narrow, dense form of the native Western Red Cedar, Thuja plicata ‘Hogan’ was named for the original stand of trees growing along Hogan Road in Gresham, Oregon. With ample space, this fast growing form is excellent where a large screen is desired. Dark green sprays of sweetly scented foliage are a favorite […]

Thuja occidentalis ‘Zmatlik’

Zmatlik Arborvitae Thuja occidentalis ‘Zmatlik’ is medium green throughout spring and summer, but in winter, as temperatures fall, it puts on its winter coat of intense plum-bronze. The winter color is very dramatic and adds to the already interesting texture of this hardy narrow column. Small, scale-like sprays of foliage twist and curl creating a densely foliaged […]