Thuja plicata


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Thuja plicata

(thoo'ja) [L. thuja, fr Gr. thuia, cedar] See: Western red cedar
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Effects of heartwood extractive fractions of Thuja plicata and Chamaecyparis nootkatensis on wood degradation by termites or fungi.
There's a really bright gold form of the Western Red Cedar, Thuja plicata 'Goldy', which is quite vigorous but very amenable to trimming.
Slightly less rampant is Thuja plicata 'Atrovirens' or the western red cedar.
A Thuja Plicata Atrovriens, bronze/green coloured leaves grows up to a foot a year, nowhere near as invasive as Leylandii and plant about 3 feet apart.
Thuja plicata atrovirens or western red cedar is fast-growing for a lovely, glossy green.