Thuja Green Giant Trees
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Best Selling Tree Ever - Thuja Green Giant
'Thuja Green Giant will never disappoint '
Thuja Green Giant is a easy to grow, beautiful, disease resistant, close to maintenance - free tree you will ever find to create nice, thick privacy.
Thuja Green Giants are graceful fast growing trees that provide complete privacy, and requires no coddling! No tree is ever completely maintenance free, but Thuja Green Giant arborvitaes are very close. These trees are becoming more and more popular among landscapers, growers, and homeowners a like.This hardy, fast growing evergreen tree makes the perfect privacy screen! It's is a very easy plant to grow, tolerating almost any soil type and resistant to damage from ice and snow, as well as deer and most other pests.
When you are considering how to grow Thuja Trees, remember that these are easy-care plants. You can shear them if you like, but pruning is not necessary. Irrigate them during dry weather even after establishment to ensure that your plants stay healthy.
Thuja Green Giant Arborvitae trees will grow to be 25 to 35 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 6 to 8 feet. It grows at a fast rate, and under ideal conditions can be expected to live for 60 years or more.
The biggest thing that sets us apart from most other nurseries selling Thujas is we grow what we sell. In the beginning I would drive all over the country looking for Thujas to resale. This would not have been so bad other than you never new the kind of quality you would find. Now we grow the Thujas we sale, this makes the quality of our trees much more consistent. Over time we have learned a good way of packing the trees to where they make it to our customers in great shape. We have had 3 or 4 boxes damaged in the last 4 years.
Plant 5 to 6 Ft. apart. Stay back 4 Ft. off property lines. Will grow 6 to 8 Ft. wide x 30 to 35 Ft. tall.
Do Not plant your Thujas closer than 5 Ft. apart thinking of quicker coverage ! If you plant to close together it will cause die-back as trees grow larger, not enough air circulation.