Arborvitae - Knowledgebase Question

Phx, az
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Question by kfblack
November 26, 2006
Which arborvitaes grow well in my area. I prefer8-15 ft. tall, full sun. all nursuries seem to only carry dwarf varieties, Wich I dont want. where can I get them or how?

Answer from NGA
November 26, 2006
Actually, I wouldn't recommend arborvitae as "growing well" in our conditions, especially the larger varieties. The fact that you aren't seeing them in the nurseries is often an indicator that they don't perform well. Nurseries don't want to send people off with something they'll have trouble with. Assuming you are looking for an upright, evergreen shrub, you might consider Arizona rosewood (Vauquelinia californica), oleander, jojoba or Texas mountain laurel, all of which thrive here with minimum fuss. Good luck!

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