Arborvitae - Pyramidalis We Will Deliver and or Plant For You!!!

Arborvitae -15 Varieties Available We Will Deliver and or Plant For You!!!

Yes, we have the ability to deliver and plant most of our trees and shrubs. We can deliver to most areas and in many cases we have the staff to plant the stock for you.
See How We Dig Many of Our Arborvitae. We can also sell and install watering systems to help you maintain and establish your plants. Call us at 215 651 8329 ... or if you have any questions.

Price List For Pyramidalis Arborvitae:

Our Nigra Arborvitae

Thuja American in Field

These are 7-10' tall in the field.
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    Where: Highland Hill Farm 5275 W. Swamp Road Rt. 313, Fountainville Pa18901

    Some of the common varieties available at Highland Hill Farm (not all listed):

    Video..Hemlock, Green Giant and Zebrina Liners

    We deliver and plant anywhere on the East Coast. Large trees, plants, arborvitae, green giants, emerald greens, viburnums, burning bushes. We do landscaping and hardscaping. We raise oaks, maples, dogwoods, hollies, natives, wetland plants, wetland plantings, rough areas, dry locations, hemlocks, junipers, serviceberry, apples, fruit trees, Rocks, boulders, flagstone ...we carry it all. Buy from a grower and save.
    This dense, compact, 3' green arborvitae is carried by many growers. This arborvitae is not deer resistant. Their maximum height is about ten to fifteen feet. It retains its color through out the winter. They are $28 each.

    Thuja occidentalis 'Emerald Green'
    This dense, compact, 5' Balled and burlapped green arborvitae is carried by many growers. This arborvitae is not deer resistant. Their maximum height is about ten to fifteen feet. It retains its color through out the winter.

    Note if you pick up at the farm or just need them dropped off we will do that 215 651 8329 for a price quote and availability. Thuja occidentalis 'Holmstrup'
    This dense, compact, green arborvitae is not carried by many growers. We report that 'Holmstrup' is deer resistance and we know deer. Their maximum height is about ten feet. It retains their color through out the winter.

    Thuja occidentalis 'Holmstrup'
    These are our 5-6' Holmstrups Balled and Burlapped **************************************************************************************************************************************************************

    Our Plants on Line For You To View.....These we UPS

    ************************************************************************************************************************************************************** Reingold Arborvitae 8 to 10 inch liner

    This Reingold Arborvitae can be sent by UPS.

    ************************************************************************************************************************************************************** Holmstrup Arborvitae 12 to 14  inch liner

    This Holmstrup Arborvitae can be sent by UPS.

    ************************************************************************************************************************************************************** Green Giant 12 inch liner

    This Green Giant can be sent by UPS.


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  • American
  • Excelsa
  • Can-Can
  • Giant Western Red Cedar
  • Nigra
  • Peabody (See Arborvitae 'Peabody' next Emerald Greens)
  • Wintergreen
  • Elegantissma

  • Green Giant


    Thuja American in Field

    The genus Thuja contains about 6 species world-wide native to North America [2] and Asia [4]. The word thuja comes from the Greek thuia, an aromatic wood (probably a juniper). The word occidentalis means western, referring to the western hemisphere (New World).

    Other Common Names: Abendlandische lebensbaum, albero della vita americana, American arborvitae, arborvitae, arbre de vie de l'ouest, Atlantic red cedar, cedar, cedre blanc, cedro rosso dell'atlantico, eastern arborvitae, eastern cedar, eastern white cedar, gemeiner lebensbaum, gewone thuja, livstrad, Michigan white cedar, New Brunswick cedar, Noordamerikaanse levensboom, northern white cedar, swamp cedar, swamp-cedar, thuja, thuya de l'occident, tuia occidentale, tuya, tuya occidental, vanlig tuja, vitae, vit-ceder, western thuja, white cedar.

    Distribution: Northern white cedar is native to Quebec (the Anticosti Islands and Gaspe� Peninsula), New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, southwestern Nova Scotia and Maine, west to northern Ontario and southeastern Manitoba, south to southeastern Minnesota and northeastern Illinois, east to extreme northwestern Indiana, Michigan, southern Ontario, southern New York, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Also locally in central Manitoba and the Appalachian Mountains in western Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, western North Carolina, eastern Tennessee.

    The Tree: Northern white cedar trees normally reach heights of 50 feet, with diameters of 2 feet. Exceptional trees may reach grow 80 feet tall, with a diameter of 5 feet. The record is 113 feet, with a diameter of 6 feet.


    Thuja American in Field



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    We have thousands of arbs and always have hundreds ready for you to pickup. From 2' to 15' we have inventory balled and burlapped. Don't worry about driving long distances to get to us. We are easy to get to near Phila., on a major road, Rt. 313 in Fountainville Pa.. We want to move our stock and will make sure that you go home a happy camper. If you are coming from a long distance, we will give away free inventory that is surplus to our needs. One of our fields is being converted into ball and soccer fields and work will begin June 1, 2006. Stock in this field will go cheap. We will stay open til the last dog dies or we sell out. I think we have more stock than what we possibly can sell.

    Arborvitae are commonly used evergreen shrubs or trees useful in urban areas where low maintenance and durability is needed. Many cultivars with forms such as being globed in shape, columnar, or narrow pyramidal, tend to be near buildings, doors, and walkways. Other forms which are larger are used for screens and buffers that are planted in rows.
    The form of arborvitae is small, medium, or large depending on the cultivar. Some reach 50', others only 3'. Most prefer full sun to partial sun. Planting in dense shade conditions should be avoided. A moist , well drained, loamy soil in full sunlight are ideal conditions for growing healthy arborvitae. These plants will tolerate rocky, clay, urban conditions of heat drought and pollution. The most important pest we have is bagworms which must be controlled to prevent complete defoliation. Some cultivars have multiple leaders which also prove to be a detraction for the plant. Pruning out multiple leaders in some cultivars is a simple remedy.
    Our most popular Arborvitae is the Emerald Green arborvitae. The Emerald green is damaged by deer in many areas. If you have had this problem try using the Can-Can. Many people prefer to spell them Arbor Vitae . It is a bright light green color and narrow in shape. It makes a distinctive and impressive natural fence. It is easy to grow ,plant, and keep in shape.

    The Hetz Midget arborvitae is a dwarf globe variety. This is a good choice for along walkways and gardens. This is a tough plant that is easy to install and not going to cost a lot. It will maintain its color in the winter and will withstand snow loads well. We carry these plants in 2 and 3 gal. pots.

    Another small arborvitae that we grow in pots is the Rheingold arborvitae. This is a small globe shaped plant that has a golden green cast to it in the summer and a bronze winter color.
    We also have the American Arborvita known as "Tiny Tim".This arborvita grows in zone 2 - 7. Its is a needled evergreen in the Cupressaceae Family. It will grow in height from a half a foot to 1 foot tall. Its spread will be about 1 to 1.5 feet. This is a plant that requires little work.
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    Full Sized Varieties Available at Highland Hill Farm

    This is a Nigra Arborvita about 12' high. Its single leader is unchanged by a 14" snowfall. All arborvitae and plants must be sold !

    These are Emerald Green Arbs, about 3' high. Most of these are a single leader. We have these in quantity up to 6'.

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    These are easy to transplant..We must sell 3000 of these arborvitae as some of our fields have been sold

    These Emerald Greens are 3-4' and starting to fill out well. These plants transplant easily. Arbs have masses of small fibrous roots which allows them to transplant at most times of the year. The Emerald Green has the best year round color, but is narrow in form. In real dry years this plant does not survive as well as the more open arbs such as the American, Techny, Nigra, and Elegantissma. This variety, because its foliage is more dense than other varieties, is less tolerant than more open cultivars. In an urban area with deer problems, this variety will be consumed before the next season. We have in stock and ready to pickup these arbs from seedlings (6-10") to 6-8' trees.
    All arborvitae and plants must be sold as we are selling off 150 acres and must clean out the fields before the dozers arrive!

    This is an Elegantissima arborvitae hedge that we have used to buffer the street in front of our home. Note the strenth of this plant even with a heavy snow load. The only problem that this hedge has is salt spray from the road. Its a real sound barrier to a busy road which is only 18' from our door. The hedge is 15-18' high and only 4' wide. We have these arbs form 2-3' to 6-8' B&B.
    All arborvitae and plants must be sold as we are selling off 150 acres and must clean out the fields before the dozers arrive!

    This past spring my neighbor noticed that our arbs have produced mini-like pine cone looking nuggets, which are bronze in color, all over its branches. Some of them dried up and fell off, but most remained. He asked me if they could be lacking acid. He insisted that this was not the normal. He could easily see that there is plenty of new growth. He is worrying needlessly. The fruiting bodies are an indication of the plant�s maturity. Some are more prolific at producing than others. As long as the plants are maintaining their rich full green color there is nothing to worry about.

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    We Deliver and Plant...Call 215 651 8329 For a Quote


    We Deliver and Plant...Call 215 651 8329 For a Quote