Weeping Alaskan Cedar

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Chamaecyparis nootkatensis 'pendula'
This impressive tree typically reaches a height of about 20 to 30 feet, with some specimens growing even taller. Its hallmark feature is its weeping, pendulous branches that drape gracefully, creating a cascading and serene appearance. The foliage consists of flattened, scale-like needles that are deep green in color, offering a year-round touch of greenery. Weeping Alaskan Cedar trees prefer full sun to partial shade and well-draining soil. Due to their unique form, they make exceptional specimen trees, especially in landscapes where a sense of movement and drama is desired. The pendulous branches provide a captivating focal point in gardens, and they are often used to soften hardscape features or create privacy screens. These trees are relatively low-maintenance and have a natural resistance to many pests and diseases. Their elegant silhouette and ability to thrive in various garden settings contribute to their popularity as a striking and graceful evergreen tree.

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    Product Details
    Botanical Name Chamaecyparis nootkatensis 'pendula'
    Common Name Weeping Alaskan Cedar
    Family Cupressaceae
    Foliage Type Evergreen
    Mature Height 20-25 ft.
    Mature Width 10 - 12 ft.
    Preferred Zones Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7
    Bloom Time Non Flowering
    Bloom Type Non-Flowering
    Preferred Soil Type Widely Adaptable
    Sun Exposure Full / Part Sun
    Growth Rate Medium
    Drought Tolerance Medium - High
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