Woodward Globe Arborvitae Thuja occidentalis 'Woodwardi'<
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The Woodward globe arborvitae is a compact to medium-sized shrub that naturally maintains its broadly rounded shape. The fine-textured, lacy foliage is a rich green, turning shades of green and brown in winter. It’s a popular landscaping choice for an evergreen hedge or stand-alone shrub.
- Naturally grows in a rounded shape
- Works well as a hedge
- Features fine-textured, lacy foliage
- Will be delivered at a height of 3"–6"
Your Shrub’s Personality
Slow to Medium
Arborvitae provides nesting sites and cover for birds and small animals. The flower buds, seeds, and foliage are a food source for wildlife.
The name arborvitae, is a Latin form of the French, "l'arbre de vie," which means, "tree of life." Linnaeus, the Swedish botanist who assigned the Latin name to this species, picked up on other traits. The genus name, Thuja, is from a Greek word for perfume. Squeezing the evergreen leaves releases an aroma that is nothing less than nature's perfume. The species name, occidentalis, means "west," the direction from Sweden where this tree was discovered.
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