Another rare species anyone else growing it to me
it looks distinct from Chamaecyparis thyoides.
Where do you get all these rare species, etc-? I'm curious now/finally.
It is not a distinct species, it is just the southern form of C. thyoides. I am growing it from several natural stands here in north Florida. I will post photos of it in the wild.
From years of collecting Jason any C. henryae photos
Best treated as C. thyoides subsp. henryae. It fits the criteria for subspecies distinction well.
I have only 1 poor plant.