If you're into the quirky and unusual, meet 'Whipcord', an Arborvitae that looks like no other. And this tree form topiary form takes it to a whole new level or quirkiness! Instead of the flat, fan-like sprays of our native western arborvitae, Whipcord sports a hairdo of thin, cord-like branches that resemble a mop of dreadlocks. What's truly amazing is that Whipcord originated from a chance seedling among a grove of western cedar trees in Oregon. All grown up this single trunk tree might reach 5 to 6 feet tall and 4 to 5 feet wide. Get all the details below!