One of the very few Lawson cypress' I would definitely plant in my garden. A refined form of the species with a strongly ascending habit, yet with gracefully weeping outer branches. The branchlets are widely spaced, drooping, with large flattened fans of glaucous-green foliage. Like so many fine conifers, this has been largely forgotten and is only usually seen in arboreta and the collections of tree buffs. A potentially tall hardy tree, easy, tough and tolerant of most soils and sites.