Thuja plicata


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Noun1.Thuja plicata - large valuable arborvitae of northwestern United StatesThuja plicata - large valuable arborvitae of northwestern United States
genus Thuja, Thuja - red cedar
arborvitae - any of several Asian and North American conifers of the genera Thuja and Thujopsis
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Dense hedgerow Thuja plicata 'Atrovirens' has emerald foliage that is fast growing to provide great ground cover and nesting sites.
Dense hedgerow Thuja plicata "Atrovirens" has emerald foliage that is fast growing to provide great ground cover and nesting sites.
Rather than go for the standard leylandii, a better choice of conifer hedge might be thuja plicata Atrovirens - the western red cedar.
Western redcedar (Thuja plicata Donn) has long been used for roof shingles and shakes because its heartwood has a well-known reputation for both durability and dimensional stability (Scheffer and Morrell 1998, US Department of Agriculture [USDA] 2010).
* Western red cedar (Thuja plicata): inner bark Look for these--especially the first three--in your area, and practice with them.
Also known as Thuja plicata, it's a great alternative to leylandii, as it is slower growing and can be cut back into old wood without adverse effects.
My favourite conifer is the lovely Thuja plicata Atrovirens - an elegant, emerald green, glossy-leafed hedge.
Andrews Experimental Forest, Blue River Ranger District of Willamette National Forest, Lane Co., 6.5 km East of Blue River town, 520 m asl, "Cougar 1" site, old-growth forest of Tsuga heterophylla zone (tree species: Douglas fir Pseudotsuga menziessi, western hemlock Tsuga heterophylla, western red-cedar Thuja plicata), ex decayed log, 22.IX.2006, A.
The Nature Center lies within a second-growth Douglas-fir/Western Hemlock/Western Redcedar (Pseudotsuga menziesii/Tsuga heterophylla/ Thuja plicata) forest, and the viewing station overlooks several hanging feeders in a clump of rhododendrons (Rhododendron spp.).
Faster growing and with an attractive light green foliage that clips well, is the Western red cedar (Thuja plicata).
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