Thuja koraiensis - Korean Arbor vitae

Korean Arbor-vitae or Cedar

An evergreen, pyramidal shrubby or small coniferous tree, Thuja koraiensis has foliage that is made up of frond-like sprays that are sea-green or yellow-green in colour above and a silver-white underneath. This, along with a dark brown, peeling bark gives the Korean Cedar a striking appearance. The foliage is very aromatic and smells of almonds when crushed. Korean Cedar is extremely hardy and resists exposure well, as it grows naturally in the mountains of North-East Asia. Forms a perfect backdrop for any garden to add an extra layer of Interest.

Site: Inland exposure, wind tolerant
Soil: Well drained, normal soils, tolerates clay soils
Position: Full sun, tolerates partial shade
Season of Interest: All year round aromatic foliage, good bark interest
Hardiness: Fully hardy
Height: 10-30ft (3-10m) Spread: 6-15ft (2-4.5m)
Type | Size: Pot | 3L
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