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Michigan Native: Yes



American arborvitae is a low-maintenance plant that tolerates clay soil, wet sites, black walnut, and air pollution. It grows best in moist, neutral to alkaline, well-drained loam. It does not tolerate dry or exposed, windy sites; the foliage can become winter-burned (yellow-brown). It grows well in full sun or partial shade, but in full shade, the foliage will thin out dramatically. This tree does best in soil with high moisture content and in areas with high atmospheric moisture. It is easily transplanted. It is susceptible to damage including stem breakage in winter from ice and snow accumulations.  

Cedar, White - Transplants

  • 18-24 inches tall

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