From a covert of arbor-vitae they looked directly up the creek and through the archway.
The lumber resembles that of arbor-vitae, and is used for the same purposes.
Among the maples are numerous young firs and a few young hemlocks and arbor-vitae.
The arbor-vitae is found in northeastern and northwestern America, China, and Japan.
Altogether, there are thirty-five species of juniper recognized and four of arbor-vitae.
The Western arbor-vitae 24 (Thuja gigantea) grows to a size truly gigantic on low rich ground.
Thus there are very compact condensed forms of arbor-vitae, Norway spruce, peach-tree.
The foliage of the arbor-vitae is of a lighter color than that of the red cedar, which is sombre green.
As he came up to the front walk, between the arbor-vitae hedges, he saw that the parlor windows were alight.
The arbor-vitae will generally be found growing in moist locations, while the red cedar will grow in dry places as well.
type of evergreen shrub, 1660s, name given by French physician and botanist Charles de Lécluse (1525-1609), Latin, literally "tree of life." Also used in late 18c. rogue's slang as a cant word for "penis."