Thuja Occidentalis – Size: 6-12″
Bare roots (transplants) are a bit taller than plugs and much sturdier.
Zones 3-8: This tree with a mature height 40-50 feet tall grows naturally in wet sites and on poorly drained soils but is also adapted to well-drained sandy loams. Valuable for wildlife habitat, particularly in severe winters for white-tailed deer, which use it for both shelter and browse. These trees also provide habitats for many species of birds.