Thuja occidentalis 'Geo. Washington' VARIEGATED ARBORVITAE - Knowledgebase Question

Oxford, AL
Question by oneilda
January 5, 2006
I want to plant Thuja Geo Washingtons in a space that is 100 ft long How many will I need? What is the height and circumference of this plant when it matures and how fast does it grow per year? Also, can you tell me where I can purchase some that are already 5 to 6 feet tall? thanx


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Answer from NGA
January 5, 2006

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Dyan,

I could not find that variety in Monrovia's listings. I searched the web but was only able to determine that it get to be about 40 feet tall with a pyramidal shape. Unless you can come up with more info I suggest planting about 4 of them in 100 feet unless you want them to fill in a lot to form a hedge in which case I would go with 5 or 6 of them.

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