Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Columnaris Glauca'

hibiscusfreakAugust 24, 2007

Anyone have a Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana 'Columnaris Glauca'? I just bought one today, and was told this will stay pretty narrow/columnar. Information on the internet tells me it gets 2-3 feet wide and 30 feet tall. As long as this stays under 5 ft wide I'm ok! I bought this for a pretty narrow garden bed, at the end of a small retaining wall against the house.

If you do have one, please tell me it stays narrow! I will have to post a pic of it when I get time. It is a beautiful blue color.

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The UK champion specimen is 30 metres tall, and with a trunk (yes, trunk, not crown) 70cm diameter . . . so, no, it won't stop where you want.


    Bookmark   August 24, 2007 at 6:24PM
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