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Spherical in shape, Tiny Tim is dwarf type of thuja which can grow up to 50cm in diameter in 10 years. Being slow-growing, it is ideal for flowerpots. A full sun and part shade lover. It tolerates pruning and prefers fertile, loose and porous soils. Great in combinations with column conifers.
Spherical in shape, Danica is dwarf type of conifer which can grow up to 60cm tall. Being a slow-growing plant, it is also a full sun and partly shade lover with preference to high quality humus rich soil. It has bright emerald green foliage that takes copper shades in winter. The variety is resistant to all conditions.
Thuja occidentalis Sunkist is conical in shape, compact in form and slow growing. It has golden-yellow foliage turning orange in winter. Sunkist can grow up to 3–4m tall and 2.5 wide. This particular variety tolerates different types of soil ranging from acidic to neutral, with preference to sandy soil due to its properties.
Thuja occidentalis Malonyana Aurea is narrowly conical in shape and of moderate height. Resembling Smaragd in form, it is suitable for yards. It grows fast and can tolerate temperatures as low as -15 °C. Most frequently used for individual planting, it can also be used effectively as a hedge. Its foliage is of attractive golden-yellow colour taking copper shades in winter time.
Holmstrup can grow up to 2m tall; however, it still belongs to dwarf conifers. Being slow-growing plant, it can reach its maximum height only after 10 years. Holmstrup is compact narrowly conical conifer with highly densed foliage of intense green colour. Its colour can somewhat become pale due to lack of water and nutrition. Perfect choice for small gardens, flowerpots and low hedges.
Thuja occidentalis Columna is a tall columnar plant of blunt top which can grow up to 5m tall and 1m wide. Frequently used for hedges, this conifer is planted at 80cm intervals, and can be grown in regular pots as well. Not particularly demanding when it comes to type of soil; however, it thrives in deeper and fertile soil in full sun or partly shaded exposures. In this case it can take on more prominent green colour. Not particularly demanding, the variety is quite easy for keeping.
Thuja occidentalis Smaragd is one of the most popular conifer varieties. Conical in shape, it can grow up to 5m tall and 1m wide. Having solid wood of high quality, thuja Smaragd took its name after its emerald-green colour, which remains the same even during winter months. It can be planted individually or in groups, although it is most frequently used in hedgerows and borders. Recommended planting density: at 70–120cm intervals.