Cedar 'Eastern White'



Thuja occidentalis - Excellent for planting in hedges or close to buildings but can also make a good specimen plant. Native. In general, conifer roots are less likely to cause damage to foundations than deciduous tree roots. It grows at a slow rate. Prune in spring. Use Bone Meal when you first plant. Do not fertilize the first year. Fertilize once a year with a balanced granular fertilizer. Do not plant any deeper than it is in the pot. Do not add any soil or mulch around the base of the stem. Water deeply once a week for about 20-30 minutes whether is rains or not. Plant at least 3-4 feet from any foundation.  

Zone 3. 1.5m W x 20m H. Cone like fruit with an insignificant flower. Pyramidal shape on green foliage. Full sun. Moist loam.

Does not attract pollinators. Pollinated by wind. Deer resistant.