Thuja occidentalis 'Hetz Midget' - Plant Finder - hertz midget and evergreen


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Hetz Midget was discovered as a seedling in 1928 at Fairview Nurseries, Fairview, PA, but not introduced until 1942. Lore: Cypress wood is valued for its resistance to decomposition and as such is used for fence posts and other examples of earth-to-wood contact. Naturally Rounded, Dense Evergreen The Hetz Midget Arborvitae, Thuja occidentalis 'Hetz Midget', is a dense, slow growing evergreen that requires no shearing to maintain its naturally round, globe form. Being one of the smallest miniature landscape evergr5/5(4).

Thuja occidentalis "Hertz Midget" (1 foot tall and 1 tall wide) "Hertz Midget" is one of the smallest evergreens you will find. It grows as a tight, round ball with the feathery arborvitae needles. It grows as a tight, round ball with the feathery arborvitae needles. If you're looking for a green plant to accent a rock garden, as a border or even to form a hedge, the Hetz Midget Aborvitae is the perfect solution. An evergreen plant, it retains its foliage?—flat sprays that are soft and leafy to the touch?—year round. Its versatility renders it 4.7/5(3).

What makes the Hetz Midget Thuja Shrub a well-rounded evergreen? Well, for starters, it boasts a wonderful globe silhouette and convenient dwarf size you'll love. It's a hardy and adaptable shrub that's excellent for use in containers, rock gardens and flower beds. Basically, the Hetz Midget Thuja takes evergreens to the next level.4.6/5(7). Noteworthy Characteristics. Thuja occidentalis, commonly known as American arborvitae, Eastern arborvitae, Eastern white cedar or Northern white cedar, is a dense, conical to narrow-pyramidal (sometimes maturing to broad-pyramidal), often single-trunked, evergreen tree that is native to eastern and central Canada south to northern Illinois, Ohio and New York with scattered populations further.