Bare Root, Planted, Potted
1-2 ft tall, 2-3 ft tall, 3-4 ft tall, 4-5 ft tall, 5-6 ft tall, 6-7 ft tall, 7-8 ft tall, 8-9 ft tall, 9-10 ft tall
$5.00 – $151.00
Common Name: Eastern White Cedar
Latin Name: Thuja occidentalis
French Name: Thuya occidental
Synonym(s): Eastern Arborvitae , Eastern Thuja , Northern White-cedar
Soil Types: Prefers non-acidic swampy areas with underlying limestone
Sunlight: Moderate, tolerates some shade
Single row spacing: 3ft. Forest or staggered row spacing: 6ft
Height at maturity: 45ft. Trunk diameter at maturity: 1ft
Notes: Trees rely on intermingled roots with other trees for support. Resistant to ice damage. Grows well in dense stands or as individuals. Lower branches will self-root if they touch the soil. Leaves and twigs are rich in vitamin C and can be used to prevent scurvy.
Uses: Mature tree wood is highly resistant to rot. Excellent hedge tree.