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James H. Schutte

(Gold Spangle Japanese Falsecypress, Japanese Falsecypress)

Japanese falsecypress is a hardy evergreen conifer best known for its legions of interesting cultivated varieties. Wild-type specimens in Japan become large trees, but most cultivated forms are far more compact and have foliage in an array of textures and colors. In fact, garden varieties have been separated into three groups that differ in their foliage textures. These include the Filifera Group, with scale-like leaves held in cascading, rope-like branchlets; the Plumosa Group, with feathery masses...

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Mark A. Miller

(Golden Mop Falsecypress, Japanese Falsecypress, Sawara Falsecypress)

Represented in gardens primarily by three large groups of cultivars, Sawara falsecypress is a hardy evergreen conifer native to Japan. Its clasping scale-like leaves and cascading tassel-like branchlets mark 'Golden Mop' as a member of the Filifera Group. It grows slowly into a low lacy golden-yellow mound. The spherical pea-sized fruits are rarely if ever produced.

This cultivar thrives in partial shade and moist, slightly acid, organic-rich, well-drained soil. Its foliage may scorch in full...

(Japanese Falsecypress, Sawara Falsecypress)

Growing to immense size in its native Japan, Sawara falsecypress is a hardy evergreen conifer introduced to Western gardens in 1861. Originating on the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina, the cultivar 'Mr. Green Genes' bears flat airy fernlike sprays of dark green scale-like leaves on horizontal branches, creating a lacy tiered effect. New foliage is bright green. This cultivar grows slowly into a small pyramidal tree with handsome peeling reddish-brown park. The spherical pea-sized cones...

(Japanese Falsecypress, King's Gold Falsecypress, Sawara Falsecypress)

Represented in gardens primarily by three large groups of cultivars, Sawara falsecypress is a hardy evergreen conifer native to Japan. Its clasping scale-like leaves and cascading tassel-like branchlets mark 'King's Gold' as a member of the Filifera Group. This slow growing, bright golden-yellow cultivar eventually forms a lacy rounded arching medium-sized shrub. The pea-sized spherical brown cones appear only on mature specimens.

This cultivar thrives in partial shade and moist, slightly acid,...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Falsecypress, Lemon Thread Falsecypress, Sawara Falsecypress)

Represented in gardens primarily by three large groups of cultivars, Sawara falsecypress is a hardy evergreen conifer native to Japan. The cascading, chartreuse-yellow, tassel-like branchlets of 'Lemon Thread' give the impression of a Filifera Group cultivar, yet this recent introduction is a member of the Squarrosa Group. It grows slowly to form a lacy, billowing, medium-sized, pyramidal shrub. The spherical pea-sized brown cones appear only on mature specimens.

This cultivar thrives in partial...

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James Burghardt

(Japanese Falsecypress, Sawara Falsecypress)

Japanese falsecypress is a hardy evergreen conifer best known for its legions of interesting cultivated varieties. Wild-type specimens in Japan become large trees, but most cultivated forms are far more compact and have foliage in an array of textures and colors. In fact, garden varieties have been separated into three groups that differ in their foliage textures. These include the Filifera Group, with scale-like leaves held in cascading, rope-like branchlets; the Plumosa Group, with feathery masses...

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Jesse Saylor

(Japanese Falsecypress, Sawara Falsecypress)

Japanese falsecypress is a hardy evergreen conifer best known for its legions of interesting cultivated varieties. Wild-type specimens in Japan become large trees, but most cultivated forms are far more compact and have foliage in an array of textures and colors. In fact, garden varieties have been separated into three groups that differ in their foliage textures. These include the Filifera Group, with scale-like leaves held in cascading, rope-like branchlets; the Plumosa Group, with feathery masses...

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James H. Schutte

(Boulevard Moss, Japanese Falsecypress, Sawara Falsecypress)

Represented in gardens primarily by three large groups of cultivars, Sawara falsecypress is a hardy evergreen conifer native to Japan. The dense spreading mossy needle-like leaves of 'Snow' mark it as a member of the Squarrosa Group. It grows very slowly into a dwarf domed shrub whose blue-green cream-tipped foliage gives the impression of a dusting of snow. The color fades as the season progresses, eventually maturing to pale green.

This cultivar thrives in partial shade and moist, acidic, organic-rich,...

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James Burghardt

(Japanese Falsecypress, Squarrosa Falsecypress)

Japanese falsecypress is a hardy evergreen conifer best known for its legions of interesting cultivated varieties. Wild-type specimens in Japan become large trees, but most cultivated forms are far more compact and have foliage in an array of textures and colors. In fact, garden varieties have been separated into three groups that differ in their foliage textures. These include the Filifera Group, with scale-like leaves held in cascading, rope-like branchlets; the Plumosa Group, with feathery masses...

(Globe Moss Falsecypress, Japanese Falsecypress, Sawara Falsecypress)

Japanese falsecypress is an evergreen coniferous shrub that originates from Japan. The cultivar 'Squarrosa Minima' is a dwarf selection that forms a dense mound of feathery olive-green foliage. Its tidy habit is appealing and versatile in the landscape and its foliar texture provides interest all year around.

This cultivar thrives in partial shade and moist, slightly acid, organic-rich, well-drained soil. Its foliage may scorch in full sun. It prefers cool humid environments and should be protected...