To Site Menu | To Footer and UMD Index | To Main Content | Text-Only
University of Massachusetts DartmouthUMD IndexAsk UMDUMD Personnel DirectoryCOIN - Corsair Online INformation
Nav links: To Header | To Footer and UMD Index

Nav links: To Header | To Footer and UMD Index

Campus Gardens

Thuja occidentalis 'Nigra'
Dark green American arborvitae
Family: Cupressaceae

Native to the United States, the Dark green American arborvitae grows about 20-30 ft. tall and up to 10 ft. wide. It is selected for its fine dark green winter color and its symmetrical pyramidal shape with dark green leaves. The Dark green arborvitae has bluish-violet berries. This large evergreen is very adaptable and needs full sun to partial shade. A cultivar with year round dark green foliage is used for entranceways, privacy screens and non-thorny barriers. Hardy zones 3-8. Located on Campus: 10, 15, 20a, 22

Kaitlin Columbare


UMD Home

An Official UMass Dartmouth Web Page/Publication. © 2008 Board of Trustees of the University of Massachusetts.
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth• 285 Old Westport Road • North Dartmouth, MA 02747-2300
Phone: 508 999-8000 • TTY/TDD: 508 999-9250 • Contact the university

End of content. Go back to the top.