AARB: Gewöhnliche Thuja, Żywotnik zachodni, Туя западная, American Arborvitae, Thuja occidentalis, ZZ, EA18

Objects using this Type

  • Getty AAT
  • Thuja occidentalis
  • Thuja occidentalis
  • American arborvitae
  • American arbor vitae
  • eastern arborvitae
  • northern white cedar
  • arbor vitae, American
  • thuja accidentalis
  • thuya occidentalis
  • Species of ornamental and timber evergreen conifer of the cypress family, native to eastern North America, growing to 20 m (65 feet) tall. It is the most common and probably the hardiest of the arborvitae. Its trunk is sometimes forked near the ground into several main stems covered with reddish brown bark. The cones have 8 to 10 scales, of which only four are usually fertile. Most cultivated varieties are narrow, densely pyramidal shrubs, and many have interesting variations in foliage color.
  • Thuja (genus) | Cupressaceae (family) | Pinales (order) | Pinopsida (class) | Coniferophyta (division)
CHML Type
ID
AARB
Title set
Title
Gewöhnliche Thuja
Title Language
DE
Title set
Title
Żywotnik zachodni
Title Language
PL
Title set
Title
Туя западная
Title Language
RU
Title set
Title
American Arborvitae
Title Language
EN
Title set
Title
Thuja occidentalis
Title Language
LA
Title set
Title
ZZ
Title Language
PL
Title set
Title
EA18
Title Language
DE
Identifier Set
Identifier
300343677
Source
Broader Term