The Q&A Archives: Cylindrical Evergreen Tree

Question: Is there an evergreen tree or shrub that grows to 10-12 feet at maturity with a spread of around 2 feet?

Answer: You're describing the natural growth habit of Thuja Pyramidalis. These evergreen shrubs reach a mature height of 8'-10' with a width of 2'-3'. You can keep them slightly smaller with regular pruning, and they grow wonderfully well in the Pacific Northwest. Enjoy your new shrubs!

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