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Arborvitae is a genus of trees native to North America. It consists of five species: Thuja plicata, Thuja occidentalis, Thuja occidentalis var. occidentalis, Thuja orientale and Thuja virginiana.

Arborvitae photos:

Emerald Green Arborvitae - Bower  Branch
Emerald Green Arborvitae - Dragonetti
Emerald Green Arborvitae - PlantAddicts.com
Planting An Arborvitae: When To Plant Arborvitae Trees And Arborvitae  Growing Conditions
Forever Goldy Arborvitae - Shop with PlantsbyMail.com
North Pole® Arborvitae - Plant Addicts
Spring Grove® - Western Arborvitae - Thuja plicata - Proven Winners
Emerald Green Arborvitae - 3 or 7 gallon container – Lots of Plants
Arborvitae Shrubs And Trees – Common Varieties Of Arborvitae To Grow
plants_details - Adcock's Nursery
Emerald Green Arborvitae - Fort Wayne Trees
American Arborvitae Tree Seeds - TreeSeeds.com
Arborvitae Assorted 1g to 7ft - Urban Garden Center
Emerald Green Arborvitae Trees for Sale Online - Garden Goods Direct
Emerald Green Arborvitae For Sale - Buy Thuja Occidentalis
Everything You Need to Know About the Emerald Green Arborvitae Tree
Proven Winners® Shrub Plants-Thuja - North Pole Arborvitae - Proven Winners  Direct
Highlights Arborvitae - Siebenthaler's
Online Orchards 1 Gal. Green Giant Arborvitae Shrub-CFAR002 - The Home Depot
Amazon.com : 25 Thuja Green Giant Arborvitae 8-14\
Arborvitae Rheingold
Arborvitae - Petitti Garden Centers
White Cedar Arborvitae w/Root Ball - Conifers - Cold Stream Farm
Green Giant Arborvitae Trees For Sale - Buy Evergreen Trees
Green Giant Arborvitae Trees - Shop with PlantsbyMail.com
Green Giant Arborvitae 15 Gallon - Georgia Tree Farm
Green Giant Arborvitae — Altum's — Garden Center — Zionsville, IN
Arborvitae, Nigra Dark Green - Birchfield Nurseries
CHEER DROPS™ Arborvitae - Thuja - Proven Winners - 4\
Amazon.com : American Arborvitae, White cedar, Thuja occidentalis, Tree  Seeds (Evergreen) 50 : Patio, Lawn  Garden

All five have very similar appearance: a long, smooth trunk up to 100–200 feet tall; narrow leaves that are about 1 inch (2.5 cm) wide; and large green cones with a white wing that can be as long as 3 inches (7 cm) when fully open. The cones are somewhat unusual in the sense that they are not hairless; the only way to tell if they are a tree is by counting the number of hairs on their scales.

Properly cared for arborvitae will live as long as 200 years or more – giving you plenty of time to enjoy your precious trees! Look how pretty they look!

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