|i just purchased 2 rheingold arborvitals. i dont have anymore room to plant in ground i was wondering could i put them in a really big pot would that be okay for them or do thay have to be planted in ground?
|Answer from NGA
November 23, 2009
|'Rheingold' arborvitae is a very dense and globe-shaped plant with rich golden yellow that will turn copper gold in winter. It can reach a height of 5-10 feet and a width of 4-6 feet but is slow growing and should be just fine in a container. Because of their eventual mature size I hope you'll eventually find a spot in your landscape for them but until then, growing in a container is just fine. Enjoy!
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