How to Grow Spring Grove Arborvitae Plants

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Here are some easy tips on how to grow Spring Grove Arborvitae plants: These lush, low-maintenance and winter-hardy evergreen shrubs grow well in many different soils, from loose loam to compacted clay. They grow best in full light, but will tolerate partial sun. Dig a planting hole 2-3 times the width of the root ball, and make sure the crown is level with the soil surface. Water your arborvitae plants well, and avoid compacting the soil; loose dirt allows the roots to establish a strong support for the shrub.

Description: Spring Grove Arborvitae plants are narrow-shaped shrubs that grow upright in columns. They top out at 20-30 ft. tall and reach 10-15 ft. wide. The foliage resists winter burn and will not bronze out or scorch in summer. Even at minus 25 degrees F, they stay a deep, dark green. These arborvitae plants have a fast growth rate of up to 3 ft. a year. The foliage is full, even down to the ground, so they provide full coverage to the landscape. Used as a privacy screen or as a bold specimen in mixed borders, Spring Grove Arborvitae plants are excellent choices for the yard.

Origin: These evergreen shrubs are native to North America. Can be found in boggy areas, along riverbanks and slopes, and in woodland locations.

USDA Hardiness Zone(s): 5 to 7b

Sun/Light Requirements: Full is best, but will tolerate partial sun.

Fertilizer Needs: In the spring, apply a controlled release feed specially made for evergreens. Follow the package directions.

Maintenance: Low. If desired, may prune in fall to shape shrub’s appearance.

Water/Moisture: Moderate. When planting, water well and often during spring and summer. Once established, Spring Grove Arborvitae plants are very hardy shrubs.

Wildlife Value: Bagworm and deer resistant. Grows well in almost any soil. Bears up well under heavy snow and ice.

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