Highland Hill Farm
Po. Box 517
Fountainville, PA 18923
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Emerald Green Arborvitae
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We grow Emerald Green Arborvitae
We stock at least 200 or more Emerald Green Arborvitae in our nursery ready for pickup at any time. They will range from 1.5' to 6' and be balled and burlapped or potted. We also have field liners and seedling Emerald Greens available. There are many more varieties of arborvitae available which we have in stock. If we don't stock the variety you want we will find it for you if possible. We can also deliver and plant to most North East Locations. See How We Dig Many of Our Arborvitae.
These Emerald Greens are 3ft 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.
Our 12 ft Emerald Greens
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.
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.
Emerald Green arbs are easy to plant but afew tips will help your success.
When planting, remember that the symptoms of overwatering are identical to underwatering. More trees, shrubs, and houseplants are killed from overwatering than all other problems combined. Water thoroughly upon planting then water thereafter as needed depending on soil and environmental conditions. At no time should the planting zone be kept soggy. Feel the soil with your finger to test it. It should be moist not spongy wet. The plant should be dried to the point of dampness to the touch before a complete re watering. This regime should be carried out at least through the first few months. Soil moisture should be monitored closely for the next two years with corrective action taken as needed. Fertilizer spikes should never be used. You can tell when the arbs are happy with their new location by looking at the interface of the root ball and the new location. New fibrous roots should appear within weeks of planting.
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