Chamaecyparis Obtusa Crippsii

Sprays of feathery bright golden-yellow foliage distinguish this superior cultivar. Exceptional color for winter. Versatile upright grower makes ideal soft background for flowering shrubs. A fine informal hedge, privacy screen or windbreak.

Chamaecyparis nootkatensis Pendula Alaskan cedar (weeping)

Medium to large size pyramidal tree has drooping branchlets with dark gray-green foliage that drapes from spreading and upcurved branches. One of the most beautiful of the weeping conifers for making a stately accent in the landscape. This native selection thrives in cool, humid summer climates with above average rainfall, and is drought tolerant when established. Evergreen.

Cephalotaxus Prostata

A versatile, problem solving shrub whose long, dark green needles make it attractive for foundation or mass plantings. Tolerant of shade, heat and drought. Excellent for filling under tree canopies and areas shaded by tall buildings. Excellent low hedge. Evergreen.

Cedrus atlantica glauca Hortsmann

A semi-dwarf selection with densely-spaced, icy-blue needles on a gracefully branching compact form. The architectural, irregular outline provides great year-round interest in the garden. Add to evergreen borders for both form and foliage contrast. Blend into cold hardy islands with unique shrubs and trees. Ideal for use where space is limited. Evergreen.

Cedrus atlantica Glauca Pendula

This dramatic, weeping evergreen makes a special addition to any landscape. Superb specimen for minimal-care gardens. Naturally grows slowly with with a sprawling horizontal habit, though often trained into an upright, serpentine form. Pendant branchlets display icy-blue needles, creating a graceful, waterfall-like effect.

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