Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana

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Chamaecyparis grows best in moist, well-drained soil. Chamaecyparis pisifera and thyoidies do best in full sun. Chamaecyparis obtusa thrives in full sun but will tolerate shade. The cultivars we offer provide a very diverse combination of color, texture, and shape for the landscape. Chamaecyparis is native to North America, Japan and Taiwan.

Chamaecyparis lawsoniana `Duncanii' Duncan's Port Orford Cedar
Rare ! Thread-branch dwarf type of Port OrfordCedar. Leaves in strings of green with white pitch. Plant grows in a globose habit. Some find the tree to look bluish. Found at Duncan & Davies in New Zealand around 1954.Full Sun. 10 Year Dimensions: 2 ft. x 2 ft. Dwarf. One gallon-$15.00

Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana ‘Ellwoods Pygmy’ Pygmy Port Orford Cedar.
A blue dwarf form of Port Orford Cedar. Leaves are beautiful blue on a tight upright dwarf conifer. One of the smallest Ellwoodii types. Very nice plant to accent with Cham. lawsoniana. ‘Treasure’. Plant grows 2-4 inches a year. Zone: 5. $12.00

Chamaecyparis lawsoniana `Lane'
A columnar tree to about 20 ft. Leaves are feathery like, and yellow. This plant is often asked for by name. It is quite striking. Slow growing to 10 Year Dimensions:10 FT. X 6 Ft. Full sun. Zone 5. Five inch-$8.00, One gallon-$12.00

Chamaecyparis lawsoniana `Lycopioides'
A green twisted variety of Port Orford Cedar. Leaves are a gray green with a white stomate. Leaves are twisted and have fasciations. Plant grows in a globe type shrub. Found in Holland around 1895. Zone5. Full Sun. One gallons-$12.00

Chamaecyparis lawsoniana `Pembury Blue'
One of the nicest blue upright Port Orford Cedars. Leaves a silvery-blue on fan shaped branches. Makes an upright conical tree. First found by Baggesen in Kent England and introduced by Jackman.
Growth Type: Intermediate 10 Year Dimensions: 8 ft. x 4 ft.
Full sun. Zone:5 One Gallon-$12.00

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