arborvitae


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Related to arborvitae: Thuja occidentalis, Eastern arborvitae
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The inky scratches of bare branches, the huddled forms of arborvitae.
A case study on Black Locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) and Arborvitae (Platycladus orientalis) stands on the Loess Plateau, China.
5: Leafminers work arborvitae, birch, locusts, boxwood, elms, holly, and juniper.
the property line, the landscaped arborvitae hedge upright as red cedar
The medicine: Thuja occidentalis or Arborvitae (cedar or tree of life).
Constructed of two-by-fours and plywood, and camouflaged with arborvitae branches, the blind was comfortable and well concealed.
Whether you're 6 or 60, you can't help but be tickled by an arborvitae elephant or a rhododendron rabbit.
Screens are often in tight spaces, so the evergreens in a hedge need to be slow-growing and upright, such as arborvitae or false cypress.
The copper crystals are reminiscent in shape of the leaves of cedar or arborvitae trees and are quite attractive.
Evergreens, such as boxwood, holly, arborvitae, and junipers look great throughout the year.
We lay sleeping in the arborvitae and cypresses and ferns, unsurprised
Northern white cedar is also known as arborvitae and is a common ornamental shrub, though they tend not to last in areas of high deer densities.
From the standpoint of water conservation, the cypress family (Cupressaceae), including junipers, cypresses, arborvitae (those oversized yellow-green gumdrops) and incense cedar, is a most suitable family of plants for Southern California.
On urban infill lot that was overran with invasives In walking distance to downtown Asheville Sediment pond created to capture surface water Construction materials recycled Arborvitae and hollies planted