Ideal for a hedge or screen where a narrow footprint is required. Sport of Green Giant with the same deer resistance and vigor as the parent but with a softer texture and denser habit.
It is dense to the tip unlike its Green Giant parent.
Thuja steeplechase. Both are rumored to grow 3 feet per year. Shape late winter. 15 – 20 Plant Width.
It is an ideal choice for hedgerows screens or as as a standalone specimen. The glossy scale-like leaves are highly ornamental and remain dark green throughout the winter. Thuja trees are one of the most versatile and attractive trees used in the landscape.
Little to no care. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the status listed Active expires 2024-05-29 Application number US10849390 Inventor Alan Jones Current Assignee The listed assignees may be inaccurate. A dense broadly pyramidal conifer with finely textured rich-dark green foliage.
With its dense green feathery year-round foliage and pyramidal upright habit the Steeplechase Arborvitae makes an attractive addition to the landscape wherever it is used. Steeplechase arborvitae is a sport off the bigger Green Giant hybrid arborvitae. This easy to grow evergreen comes in a wide variety of sizes providing a solution for almost any landscape situation.
6 – 8 Hardy Zones. Very hardy drought tolerant and heat tolerant. No votes yet Please login to add your rating.
On the other hand they had some nice looking Emerald Green arborvitae and they just look much nicer than the Green Giant and the Leyland cypress. Steeplechase Arborvitae Features Steeplechase Arborvitae are similar to the Green Giant Arbs in many regards. 2 ft per year Mature Height.
Thuja x Steeplechase Plant Type. Steeplechase Arborvitae is a dense multi-stemmed evergreen shrub with a distinctive and refined pyramidal. Neither the flowers nor the fruit are ornamentally significant.
A superb dense broadly pyramidal shrub with fine textured rich green foliage. Thuja plicata Steeplechase Common Name. Great for a narrow privacy hedge of planted alone to use as a specimen.
Neither the flowers nor the fruit are ornamentally significant. The glossy scale-like leaves are highly ornamental and remain dark green throughout the winter. An ideal hedge or screen for tight locations or as a specimen.
They do not stock the Thuja Steeplechase but they can order it from Monrovia. Due to its smaller size it even works well in landscapes that are not large. Makes for a great hedge.
A good alternative to Italian Cypress. Steeplechase Arborvitae is a dense multi-stemmed evergreen shrub with a distinctive and refined pyramidal. Thuja x Steeplechase A superb dense broadly pyramidal shrub with fine textured rich green foliage.
The genus is monophyletic and sister to ThujopsisMembers are commonly known as arborvitaes from Latin for tree of life thujas or cedars. Thuja plicata commonly called western red cedar or giant red cedar is native to the Pacific Northwest where it is typically found in cool but moist forest areas and bottomlands from southern Alaska along the Pacific coast to northern California and in the northern Rockies from British Columbia to Montana. Thuja ˈ θj uː dʒ ə THEW-jə is a genus of coniferous trees in the Cupressaceae cypress family.
An ideal hedge or screen as well as a specimen. Arborvitae Western A superb dense broadly pyramidal tree with fine textured rich green foliage. Thuja plicata Steeplechase PP16094.
The main difference is that they dont get as large at maturity. Thuja steeplechase plants new cultivar Prior art date 2004-05-19 Legal status The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion. Thuja standishii plicata Steeplechase is a popular and attractive dense broadly pyramidal shrub-form of hybrid arborvitae with finely textured rich-green foliage.
Steeplechase Arborvitae has attractive dark green foliage. They are useful as hedge material or as interesting focal points for the landscape. A wonderful alternative to Italian cypress in colder climates where a Mediterranean style is desired.
Steeplechase Arborvitae has attractive dark green foliage. Steeplechase offers more appealing ornamental qualities than the commonly grown Green Giant arborvitae. The Emerald Greens seemed more dense prettier foliage and more compactly shaped.
Anyone with even a lime green thumb. It has a far more dense fuller habit with foliage more feathery and finely cut. It is both more narrow and shorter growing than Green Giant.
Planting thuja trees provides security and beautiful privacy screens. There are five species in the genus two native to North America and three native to eastern Asia. An ideal hedge or screen as well as a specimen.
This is the largest tree in the cypress family growing in its native habitat to 100. Steeplechase is the perfect arborvitae for a narrow space. The Thuja Steeplechase is still in the running if anyone is famililar with the Green Giant the Steeplechase is supposed to be very simialarbut with a superior growth pattern.