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Rekurvanta Nana

March 1st, 2012

Thuja Western Europe Gold (Thuja occidentalis Europe Gold) Europe Gold Thuja occidentalis (Thuja occidentalis Europe Gold) – softwoods; Height: 3-4 feet Width: 1-2 meters; structure: slow growing, cone-shaped, densely branched; Leaves: needles , scale-like, constantly bright golden-yellow; Flowers: inconspicuous and the fruit: as Thuja occidentalis (Thuja occidentalis); Conditions: as for Thuja occidentalis (Thuja occidentalis); used: as a tapeworm in gardens and parks, ca.: effectively on a dark background. Thuja occidentalis Rekurvanta Nana (Thuja occidentalis Recurvanta Nana) Thuja occidentalis Rekurvanta Nana (Thuja occidentalis Recurvanta Nana) – softwoods; Height: up to 2 meters, width: up to 2 meters Structure: A slow growing, globular, thick, slightly curled tops of the shoots; Leaves: needles, scale-like, , dull green, winter brownish-green; Flowers: inconspicuous and the fruit: no fruit; Conditions: as for Thuja occidentalis (Thuja occidentalis); used: as a tapeworm in the moorland, rock, ridges, tubs, have zahoroneniy.Prim.: frost. Thuja occidentalis Rheingold (Thuja occidentalis Reingold) – softwoods; Height: 2-4 feet Width: 1,5-3 m; structure: growing slowly, spherical, dense, and later tapered; Leaves: The needles are only in old age scale-like, thin, small, yellow to orange-yellow, bronze in winter; Flowers: inconspicuous and the fruit: no fruit; Conditions: as for Thuja occidentalis (Thuja occidentalis); used: as a tapeworm in the rock garden, moorland, tubs, gardens near the house, ca.: expressive contrast with the dark rocks sensitive to the sun in dry or in winter in cold areas. Thuja occidentalis Smaragd (Thuja occidentalis Smaragd) Thuja occidentalis Smaragd (Thuja occidentalis Smaragd) – softwoods; Height: 4-6 feet Width: 1,2-1,8 m; Structure: A slow growing, narrowly conical, dense, uniformly branched; Leaves: needles, scale-like, always-fresh glossy green; Flowers: inconspicuous and the fruit: as Thuja occidentalis (Thuja occidentalis), but rare; Conditions: as for Thuja occidentalis (Thuja occidentalis); used: as Thuja occidentalis (Thuja occidentalis); Note.: tolerate pruning, year-round fresh-green needles.

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