Junior Giant Thuja Tree
|Mature Height||15-20 Feet|
|Mature Width||3-4 Feet|
If you’re ready for a natural privacy screen but short on space, the Junior Giant Thuja Tree is your solution! An ideal option for planting in smaller yards, the Junior Giant will add vibrant color and texture to any location.
We’ve sourced the very best evergreens that are resistant to cold and deer, while easily withstanding heat and humidity. Your Junior Giant arrives with strong, established roots, ready to begin growing to its mature height of 15-20 feet.
Amazing for both screening and privacy, Junior Giants are visually glorious as well. The upright, uniform shape complements any landscaping, while the rich green color and feathery branches are versatile enough to fit anywhere.
Adaptable and attractive, Junior Giants are in high demand by those seeking to accent their outdoor areas quickly. Curated by plant experts, order your Junior Giant Thuja Tree today and begin enjoying the benefits right away!
For a smaller Thuja option, check out our Baby Green Giant which grows to 14' tall.
For a larger Thuja option, check out our Thuja Green Giant which grows up to 40' tall.
How many do I need to plant for a privacy fence?
To create a natural privacy fence, plant the Junior Giants every 4 to 5 feet along the area that you wish to shade from view.
What is the best time to plant a Junior Giant?
Spring is the ideal time to plant, as it will allow the roots to establish before the heat of summer arrives.
How long does it take the Junior Giant to grow?
These trees will grow an average of 3 to 5 feet per year, eventually reaching maturity of 15 to 20 feet.
Select an area with well-drained soil and full sun (6 to 8 hours of sunlight daily
Dig a hole that's three times as wide as the root ball but just as deep. Place the tree, backfill the soil, and tamp down. Finally, water the tree to settle the roots and mulch to conserve moisture.
For the first couple of weeks make sure to water your Jr. Giant every other day to help establish the root system. Keep a watering schedule for the first couple of months watering around 2 times a week. Natural rainfall should be enough to sustain your tree after the first year.
Your Junior Giant will thrive without any additional fertilizing required
You won’t have to prune this tree unless you'd like to shear it for shaping purposes. In that case, you can shear your tree yearly in late spring.