Small pyramidal shape with golden yellow, cupped foliage that will lighten up any landscape. It needs fresh, well drained conditions. No pruning necessary. A winter protection is essential however. Great specimen in rock gardens or for borders.
Stiff upright, distinct twisted foliage, sprays cup shaped and twisted around the small branchlets, a fantastic natural sculpture reaching 2m tall after 20 years. The falsecypress prefers mostly a fresh, rich, neutral and well-drained soil. It grows better when planted in a sunny area but sheltered.
Nice conical evergreen, widening at the base. Spreading branches with many sagging ramifications, golden yellow in colour. It will tolerate most soils, except calcareous ones. Also avoid drought or very wet areas. Find a sheltered area, away from cold winter winds. Use it to bring colour into your landscape.
A golden form of the thread branch cypress. New shoots are yellow turning green when ageing. Will grow into an round mound with thread-like foliage on pendulous branches. Fairly easy to maintain as a small specimen in the garden. It grows better when planted in a sunny area but sheltered.
Cypress with clear yellow to golden new shoots. Rounded and semi-drooping shape with a threadlike foliage.It should be planted in a sunny but sheltered area away from the wind. Protect from winter sun in the afternoon to avoid sunburn.
The branches of this falsecypress are long and thin. Irregular and rounded habit, grayish green foliage . This is a very fine specimen, but it is also very interesting in association in the borders. Entirely appropriate in small gardens.