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We are homeowners in Carver County Minnesota and came upon some evergreens at a park in nearby Chaska Minnesota which we think would be great for our yard. Haven’t found anything online that seems to match the shape- looks like an arborvitae but wider and shorter than varieties normally seen. See attached photos. Any guidance greatly appreciated!

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You may be better off asking on an American forum for more local knowledge, as this is a UK based site.

ARBORISTSITE.COM

Arboristsite.com is the largest Arborist, Chainsaw and firewood processing site on the internet.

 This is the American equivalent to Arbtalk.

 

having said that, I believe it might be thuja plicata 

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