Jhau Tree

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This sun-loving plant will provide an evergreen canopy to balconies and windows that receive the most direct sunshine. With its flat leaves, this conifer requires very little care and can be pruned into virtually any form, making it an excellent choice for providing that much-needed screening from your annoying neighbors. They are resistant to pollution and will catch the majority of the dust that collects on your windows or balconies.

details & care
  • Water:               Moderate
  • Light:                Full Sun
  • Growth Rate:      Medium
  • Air Purifying:      Yes
  • Pet Friendly:       Yes
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Jhau Plant, and Care Guide

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Jhau Plant (Tamarisk)

Tamarisk is a tiny tree or a tall, hairless shrub with reddish-brown bark. Leaves are small, stalkless, oblong with a triangular base, stem-clasping or eared, pointy, and lack cohesion. Thuja tree is a coniferous plant that is commonly used for hedging because it stays dense and bushy and can provide excellent bird habitat. Thuja plant varieties are low-maintenance and provide a lot of interest for little effort.

Caring Tips

  • You should keep your thuja tree in moist soil and cover it with an organic mulch at all times.
  • Thujas don’t fare well if they sit in standing water, so keep them out of low-lying areas where water can pool.
  • To develop quickly, these tamarisk plants require regular fertilizing. Feed your plant a balanced liquid fertilizer at the start of the growing season to boost its growth.
  • Bark beetles, canker diseases, and inadequate water management are the main issues.
  • You don’t need to prune your thuja tree on a regular basis because it grows in a columnar shape organically. If you’re growing it as a hedge, trim it regularly to keep it in shape. It can withstand a lot of pruning without any issues.

Growing Instructions for Jhau Plant

  • When you first plant a Thuja in the garden, the most important thing to remember is to keep it well-watered. It is critical to get water down to the root system of each of these plants since they will dry out otherwise.
  • Choose a location receiving full to partial sunshine when planting your Tamarisk tree; they will grow faster in full sunlight. It is sufficient to get six hours of direct sunlight per day.
  • Your Thujas will thrive in your natural soil. They may grow in a wide range of soil conditions, from sandy to clay-rich. Although they favor somewhat acidic soil, they can adapt to alkaline and very acidic soils.

Additional information

Plant Name

Thuja tree

Family

Tamaricaceae

Plant Placement

Outdoors

Plant Size

10-15" inches

Maintenance

low-maintenance

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