Answer: Teddy is an evergreen globe shaped dwarf arborvitae. It will grow well in your gardening region (the suggested growing zones are for winter hardiness and your area seldom receives sub-freezing temperatures). If your shrub does not receive all day sunshine it could develop fungal diseases. Once the shrub is established it needs only occasional watering during the hottest months of the year. (A thorough soaking every 2-3 weeks) Otherwise it does fine on natural rainwater. Teddy produces finely textured, almost feathery foliage. Blue-green coloring is accented with bronze in extremely cold weather. Teddy grows slower to just 1 foot tall and 2 feet wide. Gently shear for perfect spheres or allow it to mature naturally into versatile oval shape.
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