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Thuja plicata (Western Red Cedar) 'Whipcord' (on a 24" std.)

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Price: $155
Size: 3 gallon pot
Light: Full to Part Sun
Type: Conifer
Native
"Cousin It" for the garden!
Photo by Wilson Bros Gardens

The unusual foliage on this low, mop-head-like plant consists of long, thick, glossy tendrils that suggest Independence Day fireworks. Unlike the species, which is a giant forest tree, Thuja plicata ‘Whipcord’ has many branches that seem to explode upward and send sparks cascading in all directions. Green in summer, the foliage changes to bronze in winter, matching the richly colored wood. Every garden can accommodate the small, dynamic conifer (only about 5′ tall and 4′ wide) that demonstrates some deer resistance. Found in a seedbed of Western Red Cedar at Drakes Crossing Nursery, Silverton, Oregon. (Source: Iseli Nursery)


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