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  • Chamaecyparis Collection

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    Chamaecyparis Filifera Aurea

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    Chamaecyparis Nootkatensis Pendula

    The Weeping Alaskan Cedar is a large, stately specimen of a conifer. It has a strong central leader, arching branches, and severely cascading branchlets that create a very dramatic effect. Dark green in color, it thrives in full sun with plenty of moisture. It can tolerate a little shade as well. While generally planted singly, it can be used to create a large, unusual, and interesting hedge.

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    Chamaecyparis Obtusa Filicoides

    Also called Fernleaf Hinoki Cypress, this small tree can be planted in full sun to partial shade. It is very upright and pyramidal with branches of flat, fern-like, dark green leaves. If left alone, it has an open, somewhat loose habit. With some shearing, it can become a dense, conical specimen.

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    Chamaecyparis Obtusa Kosteri

    This form of Hinoki Cypress is a must-have for any conifer collector. The layered, rich green foliage gives this plant a unique appearance. No two of these plants are identical, and the broad low outline should make you give this beauty a place of prominence in any garden. Plant in full sun to partial shade with good drainage and good moisture.

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    Chamaecyparis Collection

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    Chamaecyparis Filifera Aurea

    Description coming soon!

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    Chamaecyparis Nootkatensis Pendula

    The Weeping Alaskan Cedar is a large, stately specimen of a conifer. It has a strong central leader, arching branches, and severely cascading branchlets that create a very dramatic effect. Dark green in color, it thrives in full sun with plenty of moisture. It can tolerate a little shade as well. While generally planted singly, it can be used to create a large, unusual, and interesting hedge.

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    Chamaecyparis Obtusa Filicoides

    Also called Fernleaf Hinoki Cypress, this small tree can be planted in full sun to partial shade. It is very upright and pyramidal with branches of flat, fern-like, dark green leaves. If left alone, it has an open, somewhat loose habit. With some shearing, it can become a dense, conical specimen.

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    Chamaecyparis Obtusa Kosteri

    This form of Hinoki Cypress is a must-have for any conifer collector. The layered, rich green foliage gives this plant a unique appearance. No two of these plants are identical, and the broad low outline should make you give this beauty a place of prominence in any garden. Plant in full sun to partial shade with good drainage and good moisture.

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    Chamaecyparis Obtusa Rigid Dwarf

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