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These are the arborvitaes I have in the field. We have excellent hard-working people who dig them out and wrap them in bio-degradable burlap & twine to prepare for delivery.

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Common Name(s): Oriental Arborvitae, Chinese Arborvitae

Scientific Name: Thuja orientalis

Family Name (Scientific and Common): Cupressaceae   (Cypress)

Continent of Origin:  Asia                                            

Plant Growth Habit: Tree

Height at Maturity:  More than 10 to 20 feet

Life Span:  Perennial

Seasonal Habit: Evergreen Perennial

Growth Habitat: Full Sun  or  Partial Sun

Manner of Culture:  Landscape Tree, Privacy Tree

Thorns on Younger Stem:  No

Cross Section of Younger Stem: Roundish

Stem (or Trunk) Diameter: Between The Diameter of a Broom-Handle and a Coffee-Mug

Produces Brownish Bark: Yes

Bark Peeling in Many Areas:  No

Characteristics of Mature (Brownish) Bark: Lines Go Up-Down / Bumpy

Type of Leaf: Scale-Like

Length of Leaf (or Leaflet): Less than Length of a Credit Card

Leaf Complexity: Simple

Edge of Leaf: Smooth

Leaf Arrangement: Opposite

Leaf has Petiole: No

Patterns of Main-Veins on Leaf (or Leaflet): Parallel

Leaf Hairiness: No Hairs

Color of Foliage in Summer: Green

Change in Color of Foliage in October: No Change

Flowering Season: Spring

Flowers: Single

Type of Flower: Like a Pine Cone

Color of Flower: Brown

Shape of Individual Flower: Radially Symmetrical

Size of Individual Flower: Smaller than a Quarter

Size of Fruit:  No Fruit

Fruit Fleshiness: No Fruit

Shape of Fruit:  No Fruit

Color of Fruit at Maturity:  No Fruit

Fruit Desirable to Birds or Squirrels: No Fruit

Louisville Plants That Are Most Easily Confused With This One: Juniper

Unique Morphological Features of Plant:   Leaves are scale like and lie on one plane

Poisonous:  None of Plant

Pestiness (weedy, hard to control):  No

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