The asset of the Thuja occidentalis 'Mirjam' is the colour of its foliage: bright yellow in the spring and persistent in the summer. In the autumn and winter it turns bronze green and orange.
Its regular and dense ball-shaped growth of about 60 cm in diameter on average, makes it attractive in pots, as well as in small spaces which it brings to life.
It is very hardy.
No need for maintenance- or shape pruning.
Bronze medal at Plantarium 2008 (Boskoop - NETHERLANDS)
ANDRE BRIANT JEUNES PLANTS