Arborvitae - Woodwardi Globe / Size 2
Woodwardi Globe Arborvitae

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*Average Plant Shipping Size: 16" - 20" tall

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Our Price : $9.50

Product Code: ARBWGL2

Thuja occidentalis 'Woodwardii'
Overall Description

Slow to moderate growing to a height of 4 feet ; spread 4 to 6 feet. Small to medium globe shaped evergreen with very showy, rich deep green foliage which holds its color very well in the winter. Woodwardi has been a very reliable Arborvitae variety for many, many years - performs well year after year. No pruning needed, will NOT become overgrown. Excellent for an accent plant. Makes an excellent foreground planting, and is also a good choice as a lower growing screen / hedge when planted closely together ( 3 ft or so ). EXTREMELY LOW MAINTENANCE !!!

Plant Facts & Specifications

--Mature Height:
up to 4ft

--Mature Width:
4 - 6 ft. ( 4' - 5' is the average, but have seen a specimen or two reach widths of close to 6 ft )

--Growth rate:
Moderate ( 6" - 12" avg per yr )

--Hardiness Zones
4 - 8 ( if unsure of your zone, please use zone finder below )

--Sun Exposure:
Full sun to partial shade - foliage color & density is best in locations with good sun exposure

--Soil Preference:
Average to slightly sandy - well drained

--Foliage Color & Texture:
Good medium green color - very bright during the warmer months......tones down ( bronzes ) a bit during the winter months. Fanlike sprays of foliage are very typical of Thuja occidentalis sp.

--Flower, Cone, Or Berry Facts:
An occasional small cone may be seen here & there on older specimens, but most fail to produce cones
--Diseases / Insects: Bagworms and spider mites are the most common problems seen with this variety. Regular inspections ( twice a year ) during the growing season are recommended to monitor any possible infestations or problems.

--Fertilization / Feeding:
Either water soluble ( Miracle Gro, or equivalent ), or granular ( Holly Tone is excellent ). Other granular types with 6 - 12 - 12, or 10 - 10 - 10 ratio is acceptable. Best to fertilize in early spring, and again in mid fall - avoid feeding during hot summer months, and directly after transplanting.

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