Emerald Green Ball and Spiral Topiary
A hip, modern aesthetic meets Old World craftsmanship in Bower & Branch’s™ Emerald Green Arborvitae Ball and Spiral Topiary Tree Topiary line. Using old-fashioned methods passed down through generations of tree-sculpting artisans, our growers carefully shape each tree into a sleek, contemporary shape. This particular rendition is composed of a perfect leafy sphere topped by a swirling spiral of evergreen foliage and will serve as an exclamation point in your landscape to call attention to any area you want to highlight. A pair flanking your front door will give your guests a special welcome and will say to the world in a proud but unboastful way, “Someone who appreciates the finer things lives here.”
The hugely popular Emerald Green Arborvitae is a form of Eastern Arborvitae, an evergreen tree native to the northeastern U.S. and Canada that has played an important role in history. In the 1500s, the vitamin C in Eastern Arborvitae’s needles saved the lives of French explorers in North America who were dying of scurvy. Grateful Europeans called it the “Tree of Life,” or “Arborvitae” (“Arbor” meaning “Tree” and “vitae” meaning “life”). The highly esteemed tree was the first New World tree to be grown in European gardens. The sleek columnar selection known as ‘Emerald Green’ was discovered in a Danish nursery in 1950. It gave the world reason to fall in love with this cherished tree all over again.
Landscape designers quickly embraced Emerald Green Arborvitae as the go-to tree for creating privacy screens in narrow spaces. However, it didn’t take long for people to realize that this humble utilitarian evergreen tree could also become an elegant specimen tree with some skillful creative pruning. Our Emerald Green Arborvitae Ball and Spiral Topiary Tree is a fine tribute to the art of topiary which you’ll be proud to showcase in your landscape.
This graphic shows the approximate size and form of the Tree you are viewing.
Size A Trees:
Spiral reached 4' or more. With 1 poodle at the bottom. This work of topiary puts some extra fun in your landscape.
There are no reviews yet.