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  • Marisa Kennedy

    Planting trees to form an Arborvitae Pyramidalis privacy fence is a very effective way of creating a thick barrier behind which your life can proceed without the worry of being seen. The fence will grow over time, forming a stunning green wall that stays colorful even in the cold frostiness of winter. You will want to space the trees properly when...

  • Megan Miller

    arborvitae trees with peonies Side yard

  • Lora Goodwin

    arborvitaes with peonies | Evergreen shrubs provide year-round beauty as well as serving as an excellent living fence

  • Ventura

    Arborvitae Pyramidalis Privacy Hedge at the Nursery at Mount Sinai Hospital in North Bend, Washington.

  • kathy boyd

    Thuja hedge for back yard and sides of house.

  • Susan Goerke Ball

    Arborvitae trees along fence line, for backyard privacy

  • A to Z Landscaping, LLC

    Emerald Green Arborvitae: densely branched, pyramidal evergreen shrub has emerald green foliage all year. It grows into a geometrical cone-shape with a height of 12-15 feet(3-4 feet wide), and is considered a tree as well as a shrub. Ideally used as a decorative accent, and wind or privacy screen.

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Arborvitae American arborvitae is an upright evergreen with flat sprays of scalelike needles. 'Techny' is among the most popular varieties; it grows 10 - 15 feet tall, making it a good choice for a hedge or screen. Name: Thuja selections Zones: 2 - 7 Learn more about arborvitae.