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Pancake Arborvitae

Thuja occidentalis 'Concesarini' (PP24,013)

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Pancake Arborvitae

Thuja occidentalis 'Concesarini' (PP24,013)

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Deer Resistant
Dwarf Variety
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Botanical Name

Thuja occidentalis 'Concesarini' (PP24,013)

Outdoor Growing zone

4-8

Mature Height

1

Mature Width

2

Sun needs

Full Sun

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AK, CA, HI, PR

The Pancake™ Arborvitae is a unique rounded evergreen that stays flat and low, while slowly spreading sideways. It will never grow above 12 or 18 inches in height, while spreading 2 or 3 feet wide in time. Although small, it is incredibly hardy, growing even in zone 3, and never suffering from winter damage. It has distinctive ferny foliage, giving a soft look, rather than the typical fan-like foliage of most arborvitae. In summer the plant is an unusual sage-green, while in winter it develops a distinct blue look. Use it to fill those gaps that happen even in the best-planned gardens, or as an unusual neat ground-cover beneath other shrubs and trees. Mix it with different evergreens for striking low-maintenance planting or create a unique border with a row of them. Use it fill pots and planters with easy-care all-year plantings.

  • Very low-growing rounded evergreen
  • Soft, sage-green ferny foliage turns blue in winter
  • Very easy to grow even in zone 3
  • Perfect low plant for the front of borders and beds
  • Grows well in clay, alkaline, and wet soils

Grow the Pancake™ Arborvitae in full sun for the densest and most colorful growth. It thrives in clay soils, alkaline conditions, and in wet spots too, and it also grows well in ordinary garden soils. Once established it will be resistant to ordinary summer dryness, and it has no pests or diseases of any concern. It grows well right down to minus 40 degrees, without burning, and it has moderate resistance to salt as well. Although not necessary, if you want super-neat and compact growth, or to keep it even closer to the ground, trim lightly in early spring, being careful not to expose leaf-less branches, which cannot re-sprout.

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