Thuja Smaragd Topiary Balls or Globes Thuja Occidentalis (White Cedar) are evergreen conifers originally found all along the North East coast of North America, which makes them adaptable and naturally resilient. Thuja Occidentalis Smaragd (or Emerald) is one of the most popular varieties of White Cedar and it is often used for hedging as it has beautiful evergreen foliage, responds well to pruning and shaping and keeps its vibrant colour in the winter months.
These Thuja Smaragd Topiary Balls have been shaped and trained into attractive dome-shaped topiary globes or balls. This makes them highly decorative and versatile as you can grow them in containers or in the garden directly.
How Hardy is Thuja Smaragd Topiary Ball Fully hardy even in the severest of European climates, a Smaragd Topiary Ball will be perfectly accustomed to the climate and weather in the United Kingdom. Just make sure to protect them from drying winds to keep the foliage at its best.
How To Use Thuja Smaragd Topiary Ball White Cedar Topiary Globes have so many uses in landscaping: you can grow them in pots and use them to decorate a patio or add interest to an entryway or plant them directly in the garden to add an architectural dimension to the landscape. The beautiful shape and vibrant evergreen foliage offers year-round interest.
How To Care For Thuja Smaragd Topiary Ball A yearly clip should be sufficient to maintain the topiary shape. In terms of aspect, Smaragd enjoys full sun. It will thrive in moist but well-drained soil.