Chamaecyparis Pinpoint Blue False Cypress
Chamaecyparis Pinpoint Blue False Cypress
Chamaecyparis Pinpoint Blue False Cypress
Chamaecyparis Pinpoint Blue False Cypress
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Chamaecyparis Pinpoint Blue False Cypress

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Irresistible blue evergreen.

One look at Pinpoint® Blue false cypress is all it takes to fall in love with its lush color and soft, feathery texture. It's a fantastic accent for any place in your landscape, but is particularly striking as a specimen. You'll love the way its unique color looks with your home - especially with tricky-to-match red or orange brick! Pinpoint Blue false cypress naturally grows as a narrow column, so it takes up little space in the landscape. A memorable choice for planting on either side of your front door! Available in garden centers in spring 2019.

Top reasons to grow Pinpoint Blue false cypress:

  • Outstanding color looks good with just about any home style and color.
  • Soft, feathery texture.
  • Narrow habit takes up little space in the landscape, meaning you rarely, if ever, have to prune.
  • Foliage Interest
  • Winter Interest

Plant Type: Shrub
Shrub Type: Evergreen
Height Category: Tall
Garden Height: 180 - 240 Inches
Spacing: 60 - 72 Inches
Spread: 60 - 72 Inches
Foliage Colors: Blue
Habit: Upright
Container Role: Thriller

CARE

Light: Part Sun to Sun

Water: Average | Needs Good Drainage

Soil Fertility Requirement: Average Soil

Maintenance Notes: 
Works well as a dramatic specimen or grouped together as a narrow hedge.

This plant needs superb drainage - do not plant in low-lying area or anywhere that standing water occurs, even occasionally. Rarely requires pruning but may be trimmed in spring if desired. 

Fun Fact

This lovely evergreen grows native only in Oregon and California; it is frequently called by the common name, "Port Orford cedar."

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