Chamaecyparis lawsoniana ‘Imbricata Pendula’

Anyone with an aversion to the average Lawson Cypress can think again; this is a most unusual and highly ornamental form raised in NZ as long ago as 1930, but rarely seen here as yet. This forms only a small tree with a conical habit, but with highly pendulous, extremely narrow, whip-like, pendulous branches/foliage, appearing rather 'ghostly'. Good enough for an RHS Award of Garden Merit.

Pot size: 2L
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