The Thuja Green Giant is known for being one of the largest evergreens that tends to grow at a rapid rate when compared to other species. It grows into the shape of a pyramid, and it ends up sprouting out scale-shaped leaves on it’s branches. There are little white lines on the bottoms of these plants which is how they are typically identified. While the marks may be a bit faded, they are visible if you look closely.
- The Thuja Green Giant is an evergreen of the arborvitae family notable for its voracious growth rate and very tall height when full grown.
- Thuja Green Giants are aesthetically pleasing plants that feature bright green, somewhat scale-like leaves that do not bronze in winter.
- Native to Denmark, Thuja Green Giants can thrive in a wide variety of soils, including both acidic and alkaline soil types.
“Growing a Thuja Green Giant doesn’t require exceptional effort if sited appropriately. These plants thrive in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 through 7. If you are wondering exactly how to grow a Green Giant in these zones, find a sunny site large enough for to accommodate its mature size. Consider both the mature height and breadth.”