Evergreen thuja in landscape design: photos of the best application ideas
Thuja trees are very loved by many gardeners and landscape designers. And indeed, this evergreen coniferous plant is simply irreplaceable! It looks great both on a flower bed of a small summer cottage and in huge park areas. Photos of the application of thuja in landscape design inspire you to create new beautiful compositions in your garden!
In landscape design, thuja has been used for several centuries. Pyramidal tall trees look great as tapeworms, and spherical shrubs with a dense crown are attractive both in single and group plantings.
The conifer perfectly animates winter parks and summer cottages with its greenery. By the way, there are many frost-resistant varieties of arborvitae that tolerate low temperatures and strong winds. For our cold climate, this is very important.
Thuja needles are thick and dense, which is used by gardeners, creating topiary. Decorative haircuts of trees and shrubs in the form of geometric shapes appeared a very long time ago.
Read more about planting and caring for the plant in the article.
Nowadays, topiaries in the form of figures of people, cartoon characters, animals and various objects are especially popular. The art of decorating and decorating the landscape has become one of the fashionable areas of modern design.
The color of the crown in different species of thuja is different: from yellow to dark green tones. This can be used for coloristic decisions in the composition.Recent entries In April, I process roses so that no pests encroach on my beauties
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Due to the fact that the crown can be given any shape, these evergreens began to be used in almost all directions and styles of landscape design. Of particular note is the design of squares, large parks and flower gardens.
As can be seen from the photographs, thuja is used both as a single landing and as an accent on the flower beds. Often you can see these plants in the form of hedges or artificial labyrinths.
Tui in the Nong Nooch Tropical Garden in Pattaya, Thailand.
You can conditionally divide thuja plantings into several types:
- dwarf (for diverse landings);
- shrubby (well suited for hedges and borders);
- tapeworms (single stands of tall trees);
- color (thuja with a different shade of needles);
- topiary (compositions with curly thuja).
A few more options for plantations with arborvitae.
In landscape design, you can not do without a thuja, because its application possibilities are endless. Due to the diversity of species, varieties and forms, it rightfully occupies a leading position among ornamental garden plants.