|The optimum temperature for it is no higher than 12 degrees in winter and 18-20 degrees in summer.|
|Golden Pyramidal Thuja performs best when planted in a minimum of six hours or more of direct sun per day.|
|Golden Pyramidal Thuja likes high humidity and tolerates wet soils and some drought.|
|Once you transplant a plant to the garden, properly watering down to the root system of every one of these plants is essential, as they will dry out otherwise.|
Thuja Orientalis Pyramidalis | Arborvitae | Golden Pyramidal Thuja plants are low-maintenance and do not need much care to thrive. To prevent common problems such as browning, make sure to water properly and feed with a liquid fertilizer. As a rule of thumb, most cultivars under 3 years of age will do well if watered every other day. The key is to provide enough moisture to the root system. In winter, this can be achieved by placing a layer of mulch mixture to protect the roots from drying out. In case your Thuja Orientalis Pyramidalis has already browning foliage simply cut back the dead growth and the foliage will regenerate in the spring. Although Thuja Orientalis Pyramidalis | Arborvitae | Golden Pyramidal Thuja plants are fairly easy to grow and to care for, they will need a bit of assistance until they are fully established in the garden. For a minimum of 2 years after planting, you will need to pay special attention to watering, feeding, pruning, and weeding. This will minimize the potential for common plant issues to occur.
An example picture gives a trustworthy image of the plant with good care. The plant in the example picture is not the plant that will be delivered. This is an example, so variations are possible. Eventually the delivered plant may differ in for example size, the number of flowers & branches, The plant will be in a plastic pot, not the one showed in the picture.