Arborvitae (Eastern)

Scientific name : Thuja occidentalis
Other names: Deutsch: Lebensbaum (Abendländischer) , Esperanto: Okcidenta tujo , Español: Tuya del Canadá , Eesti: Harilik elupuu , Suomi: Kanadantuija , Français: Thuya d'Occident , Hrvatski: Tuja , Magyar: Nyugati tuja , Italiano: Tuia occidentale , Lietuviškai: Vakarinė tuja , Latviešu: Rietumu tūja , Polski: Żywotnik zachodni , Português: Tuia-vulgar , Русский: Туя западная , Slovensky: Tuja západná , Svenska: Tuja , Türkçe: Batı mazısı

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Short Description

Wintergreen, up to 20 m high tree with cone-shaped, dense crown and short dispersed branches; often multi-stemmed or branched from shortly above the ground; Bark bright red brown, thin, fibrous, with small longish fissures; Twigs strikingly flattened and set horizontally; ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


Arborvitae (Eastern)


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