arborvitae


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Related to arborvitae: Thuja occidentalis, Eastern arborvitae
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McCluskey said state Department of Recreation and Conservation, which took over from the former Metropolitan District Commission - the agency in charge when the dam and reservoir were built in the late 1800s and early 1900s - has maps that show that the arborvitae on the North Dike were planted in 1941 and 1942.
The squabble has already gone before a city hearings official, who upheld the planning division's interpretation that arborvitae are a wall.
And though in its East Asian homelands this beetle feeds on dead or weakened trees, in Connecticut it has infested live, healthy-looking arborvitae trees in nurseries and homeowners' yards.
Among this family are included not only cypresses, but junipers, arborvitae and the incense cedar.
Bring out the artist in you by trying out new things like miniature roses, small shrubs and trees like oleander, holly and arborvitae, and vines such as ivy (try a mini-trellis
Ornamental trees are Japanese black pine, Mediteranean fan palms, Ficus benjamina, arborvitae, and deodar cedar.
Evergreen hedges composed of arborvitae, hemlock, boxwood, holly or yews (Taxus) are expensive and slower to develop into a hedge, but they need only one or two shapings a year.
Liberating, is how Smith described getting rid of some of the older, more stubborn plants: several rhododendrons, an arborvitae and a bunch of ivy.
Evergreen hedges composed of arborvitae, hemlock, boxwood, holly or yews (Taxus) are expensive and slower to develop into a functional hedge, whereas their need for only one or two shapings a year makes maintenance easier.
Then comes a second shot that must steer clear of a slough on the left and arborvitae trees on the left.
In the midst of a community garden and lots of linden, arborvitae, dogwood, chrinanthus, spirea, and bayberry, you'll find this cheerfully named park.
Within 90 days, the planting of trees and arborvitae of a sufficient maturity and height to restore, within two growing seasons, visual screening previously provided by mature trees, which were removed, to abutters on Captiva Road and 32 Ball Hill Road;
Plans call for adding 60 new trees to the site, including along the perimeter, where the tall arborvitae are now conspicuous by their absence.
OKA: OAK AELPM: MAPLE HAS: ASH LOLYH: HOLLY ANEBNROH: HORNBEAN (or HORNBEAM) OEEUTNTSHCSRH: HORSECHESTNUT DENLIN: LINDEN CHALR: LARCH UJIPENR: JUNIPER YROKCIH: HICKORY LUSEREHC-BULC: HERCULESCLUB IARFKNAL: FRANKLNIA KONGGI: GINKGO RIF: FIR MOLKCEH: HEMLOCK WATORNHH: HAWTHORN UUEEERRTMBCC: CUCUMBERTREE YRREHCEKOHC: CHOKECHERRY PINKACHIN: CHINKAPIN NABRERYICH: CHINABERRY TTLLIAOIE: ELLIOTTIA REDEL:ELDER DERLADBTUN: BLADDERNUT KUBCNROHT: BUCKTHQRN REHCYR: CHERRY SSBLDCPRAYE: BALDCYPRESS ECEHB: BEECH HAWKABLC: BLACKHAW AAEIOVRTBR: ARBORVITAE NNNBRRAYEY: NANNYBERRY IAOLMNGA: MAGNOLIA IAONYL: LYONIA YAUPON: YAUPON LLWWYDEOOO: YELLOWWOOD WILWLO: WILLOW ZELKOVA: ZELKOVA MOREASYC: SYCAMORE YRERRBGAUS: SUGARBERRY KATMRAAC: TAMARACK
Each tree that you consider has special attributes: One is tall and thin like an arborvitae, another is broad and round like a maple, and a third is gracefully weeping like a willow.