SpecificationsThuja orientalis 'Shirles Supreme' is a hardy upright evergreen conifer with dense golden book leaf foliage. This slow growing conifer produces dense golden foliage that is slightly bronze coloured in winter. Shirle Supreme is a graceful symmetrical tree making it ideal for entrances, avenues or to make a statement. It's slow growing nature makes it perfect for large pots or for topiary pruning. Will perform best in a cool position with rich moist soil but will tolerate most conditions including dry periods once established. Cold tolerant. Thuja Shirles Supreme will grow approx 3m high by 1m wide in 10 years
Common Name Upright Golden Bookleaf / Gold Biota Plant Type Conifer, Evergreen, Hedge, Outdoor, Shrub Range No Dimensions 3m high x 1m wide Sunlight Full Sun Bird/Wildlife Attracting No Australian Native No Deciduous No Evergreen Yes Foliage Colour Gold, Yellow Botanical Genus Thuja Botanical Species orientalis Flower Type No Foliage Type Scale Like - Conifers Market Name Shirles Supreme Width 100 cm Height 300 cm
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