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Emerald Green Arborvitae Bare Root
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Arborvitae Emerald Green, also known as "Smaragd," is one of our most popular plants. An excellent small evergreen tree for a privacy hedge, this arborvitae grows almost perfectly pyramidal requiring little to no pruning needed. Arborvitae Emerald Green has a very bright green color and appears to have a tinge of gold to it if the sun hits it. One of our most popular evergreen shrubs.
Grow in a well-drained soil. This is a husky, hardy Massachusetts grown transplant. They are shipped bare root.
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