Bulk Green Giants For Sale
Bulk Green Giants For Sale
Get your Thuja Green Giants in bulk and save with our wholesale prices. Our winter-hardy trees are packed with benefits, including long-term growth and great smell. Order now to get the most green for your money!
Upgrade your landscape effortlessly with our bulk Thuja Green Giant offer! Purchasing these fast-growing and robust evergreen trees in bulk brings a multitude of benefits that make the beautification of your outdoor space both cost-effective and convenient.
Investing in bulk allows for a significant cost-saving per tree, providing an affordable solution for those larger landscaping projects. Whether you're planning to establish a dense privacy screen, create a natural windbreak, or just add an elegant touch of evergreen to your property, purchasing in bulk ensures you have enough trees to fulfill your vision without breaking the bank.
Our Thuja Green Giants are versatile and hardy, making them ideal for a range of soil and climate conditions. They are fast-growing, disease-resistant, and require low maintenance, making them a practical choice for any gardener, regardless of experience level.
Looking to elevate your outdoor space? Meet the Thuja ‘Green Giant’ Arborvitae, a stunning evergreen that promises both beauty and functionality. The perfect blend of grandeur and resilience, this tree is a prime choice for homeowners and landscapers looking to make a lasting impact.
History and Background The Thuja ‘Green Giant’ has a rich history, originating as a hybrid between the western redcedar and Japanese arborvitae (Thuja standishii). Developed in Denmark during the 1930s, the United States first witnessed its magnificence in 1967 when the U.S. National Arboretum proudly introduced it. Since then, it has become a favorite in the southeastern regions of the country.
Appearance and Growth Boasting a low-branching, dense columnar-pyramidal form, the ‘Green Giant’ presents dark green sprays of glossy, scale-like needles. Unlike some evergreens that can become lackluster during the colder months, this tree retains its vibrant hue throughout winter. When it comes to growth, it doesn’t disappoint either! In optimal conditions, expect a growth rate of 3 to 4 feet annually. Fully grown, it stretches to an impressive height of 40 to 60 feet and spans 12 to 18 feet in width.
Landscaping Uses Versatility is the name of the game with the Thuja ‘Green Giant’. Whether you desire a majestic standalone specimen or a lush privacy screen, this tree delivers. Plant them in groups for effective windbreaks or noise reduction barriers. If you have space constraints, don’t be deterred. Young plants can be sculpted into hedges, ensuring that even smaller gardens can bask in their charm. If you were previously considering a Leyland cypress, the ‘Green Giant’ stands as a fantastic alternative, with the added advantage of controlled, uniform growth.
Planting and Maintenance Ideal for a range of soils from clay, loam, sand, to those rich in organic matter, the ‘Green Giant’ thrives in full sun, yet appreciates light afternoon shade. Ensure good soil drainage to maximize its lifespan of 40 to 60 years and to prevent issues like root rot. Once established, this tree showcases its hardiness by resisting most diseases, insects, droughts, and even deer. However, it's good to note that it isn't friendly with salt – be it from sprays or saline soils.
Added Benefits Not only does the ‘Green Giant’ impress with its appearance and hardiness, but it also offers ecological benefits. Its small upright seed cones attract songbirds, adding a delightful audiovisual experience to your garden. Moreover, despite its towering presence, it remains a low-maintenance choice requiring little to no pruning.
In Conclusion The Thuja ‘Green Giant’ Arborvitae isn’t just another tree – it’s an investment in a lifetime of spectacular landscapes. From its rapid growth to its year-round beauty, it’s easy to see why it remains a top choice for those seeking an extraordinary gardening experience. So, if you’re aiming for a landscape that turns heads and stands the test of time, the ‘Green Giant’ is your ideal partner.
Table 1: General Information
|Common Name||Green Giant Arborvitae|
|Previous Name||Thuja standishii x plicata 'Green Giant'|
|Origin||Hybrid developed in Denmark, 1930s|
|U.S. Introduction||1967, via the U.S. National Arboretum|
|Lifespan||40 to 60 years|
Table 2: Physical Characteristics
|Growth Habit||Low-branching, dense columnar-pyramidal|
|Leaf Color||Dark green (retains color in winter)|
|Growth Rate||3 to 4 feet annually|
|Mature Height||40 to 60 feet|
|Mature Width||12 to 18 feet|
|Fruit||Small upright seed cones (green to brown)|
Table 3: Planting and Maintenance
|Ideal Location||Moist, full-sun with light afternoon shade|
|Soil Type||Clay, Loam, Sand, High Organic Matter, Shallow Rocky|
|Soil pH||Acid (<6.0), Neutral (6.0-8.0), Alkaline (>8.0)|
|Drainage Requirement||Good Drainage, Moist, Occasionally Dry|
|Maintenance||Low (little to no pruning)|
|Disease and Pests||Resistant to most diseases and insects; Bagworms occasional pests; Root rot in poor drainage|
Table 4: Landscaping Uses
|Use Cases||Specimen, Hedges, Privacy Screens, Windbreaks, Noise Barriers|
|Grouping||Can be planted in close groups|
|Landscape Location||Lawn, Naturalized Area|
|Design Features||Hedge, Screen/Privacy, Specimen|
|Challenges Resisted||Deer, Drought, Insect Pests, Wind|
About Thuja Green Giants
What to Know:
Planting Bulk Thuja Green Giants efficiently requires some planning and organization, but with the right strategy, you can streamline the process. Here are a few tricks to help you get your trees in the ground quickly and correctly:
- Prepare in Advance: Before your trees arrive, prepare the planting area. Remove any weeds or grass and break up the soil in the planting area. If possible, amend the soil with compost or other organic matter to improve its fertility and drainage.
- Plan Your Spacing: Determine how far apart you want to plant your trees. For a dense privacy screen, you might plant them 5-6 feet apart. For a looser screen or windbreak, you might go with 10-12 feet apart. Use marking flags or stakes to mark where each tree will go.
- Dig Your Holes: Once you've marked out the planting locations, start digging your holes. Each hole should be twice as wide as the root ball of your tree but no deeper.
- Line Them Up: If you're planting a large number of trees, consider placing all the trees next to their respective holes before you start planting. This way, you can make adjustments if necessary and then plant all the trees in one go.
- Plant and Water: Place each tree in its hole, making sure the top of the root ball is level with the soil surface. Backfill the hole, firming the soil gently as you go. After planting, water each tree thoroughly to help settle the soil and reduce transplant shock.
- Mulch: After planting and watering, apply a layer of mulch around each tree. This will help conserve moisture, suppress weeds, and protect the tree's roots.
Remember, it's better to plant correctly than to plant quickly. Taking the time to prepare and plant properly will pay off with healthier, faster-growing trees.
How We Ship
Each Thuja Green Giant is carefully packaged and all our trees are shipped potted, we do not ship any of our trees bare root.
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