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Thuja Orientalis Aurea 'nana'

Tiffany Cornell . Friday, March 01, 2019 . Comments
Thuja Orientalis Aurea 'nana'
  • Slow growing dwarf conifer forming a dense, neat oval shape
  • During the warmer months the foliage turns a striking golden yellow and green/yellow during the cooler months
  • Can be used as an accent plant in your garden, as a small hedge or in pots
  • Prefers moist, well drained soil in full sun
  • Requires very little maintenance 
  • Grows to 1 metre tall and 60 centimetres wide

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