Is there a species of Thuja occidentalis Hoveya ( Hovey ) Arborvitae that grows to only 3' - 4' high? If so, what is the exact name? Will it grow in Charles County Maryland? Will it grow in partial sun? What ph is required?
Here is information on the Hovey variety of Eastern arborvitae (botanical name - Thuja occidentalis 'Hoveyi') : https://dawesarb.arboretumexplorer.org/taxon-19054.aspx
This is slow growing, but ultimately (perhaps 30-40 years) could possibly reach 9 feet, but we also found sources that listed it as 3-4 feet.
It should be grown in full sun . In general, the species tolerates high pH.