The Q&A Archives: Plant Grouping Westmont Arborvitae

Question: Follow up to my earlier question: we only have one Westmont Arborvitae. Is it necessary to have more than one? Since in your information sheet you mention use in pairs or groups?
Thank you
Rima Hage

Answer: A single arborvitae might look a little lonely in the landscape and is the only reason it's suggested they be planted in pairs or groups. Your Westmont will be happy growing alone, but if given company, the collection will really stand out in the garden.

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