Thuja plicata 'Fastigiata'
Native, evergreen conifer with a compact, dense and narrow growth habit. Named after Hogan Road of Gresham, Oregon.
Prefers full sun to part shade and moist, well-drained, fertile soils.
Excellent tree for wildlife in urban environments.
50' at maturity
20' at maturity
Male flowers are small and inconspicuous. Green or purple female flowers are cone-like at the tips of the stems.
Scale-like leaves close to twig resembling a flattened braid.
Bark is reddish gray to brown, finely ridged and furrowed, with outer bark breaking into long strips.
Naturally-occurring columnar form of the Western Redcedar. Occurs in the wild only in the Gresham area.