Thuja plicata


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Thuja plicata

(thoo'ja) [L. thuja, fr Gr. thuia, cedar] See: Western red cedar
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Rather than go for the standard leylandii, a better choice of conifer hedge might be thuja plicata atrovirens.
A nice-looking shrub with deep emerald foliage that smells of pineapple if you crush it is Thuja plicata atrovirens.
Thujin, a novel lactone from the discolored heartwood of Thuja plicata Donn.
Western red cedar (WRC; Thuja plicata Donn) is commonly used to make shakes and shingles because of its straight grain, low density, dimensional stability, and natural durability (Gonzalez 2004).