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Dec 12, 2014 9:00 PM CST
|"Thuja orientalis 'Morgan', 2014, Dwarf Chinese Arborvitae, THOO-yuh or-ee-un-TAY-liss, 1.5x1 ft Conifer, Z5, Golden, then orange in Winter, R1A dwarf Chinese Arborvitae. Upright column of golden flat sprays. Leaves turn bronze orange in winter. Grows 2-4 inches a year. Found by John Emer, Australia ~ 1989. Planted 2013. 13x8"" in 2014."|
No, it is not dying:)
Dec 13, 2014 7:16 AM CST
|Lovely color! Can it still be called an evergreen?|
Dec 13, 2014 8:39 AM CST
I had no idea that any tree in the arborvitae family did this. We had some taller ones forget which kind) in front of our house and they stayed green, so I assumed they all were like that. Learn something new every day!
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Dec 13, 2014 9:50 AM CST
|That's kinda nice change of color for the fall. Knowing me, I would forget about the color change and pull it out thinking it was dead! |
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