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Golden Feather Arborvitae

Thuja plicata 'Daniellow' (PP#20,267)

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Golden Feather Arborvitae

Thuja plicata 'Daniellow' (PP#20,267)

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Botanical Name

Thuja plicata 'Daniellow' (PP#20,267)

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Full Sun, Partial Sun

The Golden Feather Arborvitae is a unique version of the western red cedar, notable for its rich golden yellow foliage all year round. Whatever the season you can rely on this beautiful tree to bring light and brightness to your garden. Its feathery foliage is yellow even deep inside the bush, and it has a powerful fragrance of woodsy pineapple. Even without trimming this plant will stay narrow and upright, reaching 10 feet in ten years and passing 20 feet tall in time. It is ideal for specimens in the lawn or around your home, and it can also be grown as a beautiful screen or hedge.

  • Superb feathery foliage is golden yellow all year round
  • Natural upright column without trimming
  • Moderate growth rate to 20 feet or more
  • Enjoys climates with cool, damp summers
  • Beautiful choice for a unique golden hedge

The Golden Feather Arborvitae will have the strongest foliage color when grown in full sun, but it will also grow well in partial shade. It grows best in areas with mild, moist summers and moderate winters, and it thrives in moist, well-drained soils, including clay soils. It has no significant pests or diseases, and it is a very easy and rewarding plant to grow, bringing color and beauty to any garden. For a very tight form it can be trimmed once or twice a year, in early spring and late summer.

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