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French Inspired Pool and Landscape by Marco Romani, RLA - Landscape Architect. Design and Construction of Entire Property by: Arrow

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Dee Mistrik wrote:Apr 23, 2015
  • Dee Mistrik

    can you tell me how many pounds of glass did you need for this size fire pit? Dee

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    Dee - if I recall correctly, for this firepit, we used approximately 150 pounds of fire glass.

    Kind Regards,
    Marco Romani, RLA
gsimonetta wrote:Jul 28, 2016
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    Are they Emerald Green?

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    Hi Yelreweus - thank you for your question. These are called Pyramidal Arborvitae.

exec23 wrote:May 25, 2016
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    All of these Arborvitae came from the same lot - as such they are all the same age. At time of planting they were uneven and rough around all sides. Through regular pruning, we established the uniform shape.
  • exec23
    Thank you.
Alisa Hunnicutt wrote:Mar 20, 2016
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    Hi Alisa - thank you for your question. They were spaced approximately 42" apart (center to center) at time of planting. It's a single row hedge.
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    Yes, there is a fence behind them. At time of planting, the foliage was approximately 12" away from the fence. (edited)

pmanastasia wrote:May 30, 2018
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    Hi pmanastasia - thank you for your question. These are Pyramidal Arborvitae. Emerald Green Arbs are pointy/narrow at the top and have a slower growth rate. Maturity for Emerald Green is about 12-15'ht. Pyramidal Arborvitae top out at about 25'ht. I prefer Pyramidal because they have a nice relatively consistent width through the entire height of the plant.
florahua wrote:Jul 10, 2016
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    Hi florahua - thank you for your question. These Arbs were approximately 11' to 12' tall at time of planting. We took this picture about 1.5 years after planting so they are almost 13' in this photo.
Dee Mistrik wrote:Apr 23, 2015
mldixon01 wrote:Sep 6, 2014
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    Hi mldixon01 - those are my favorite type of privacy hedge plants. They are called Pyramidal Arborvitae. Official name is Thuja occidentalis 'Pyramidalis'. Hope this is helpful. :-)

    Kind Regards,
    Marco Romani, RLA

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