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Felder Rushing

(Golden Hinoki Falsecypress, Hinoki Falsecypress)

One of many outstanding cultivars of this elegant Japanese conifer, 'Aurea' is a pyramidal evergreen tree grown for its handsome sprays of foliage which are golden-yellow when young. The leaf color is brightest in full sun.

Hinoki cypress is a slow grower, requiring little maintenance. It does best in neutral to slightly acidic, well-drained conditions, although it tolerates some alkalinity. This showy cultivar deserves center stage as a specimen plant.

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Mark A. Miller

(Dwarf Hinoki Falsecypress, Hinoki Falsecypress)

Dwarf Hinoki falsecypress is a slow-growing dwarf evergreen shrub native to Japan with twisting dark green leaves that have white bands on the undersides. The branches have thin tips that seem to haphazardly yet attractively grow through and among each other, mimicking heads of ocean coral.

'Coralliformis' should be situated in a full sun location in a moist and well-draining soil. Its smaller mature size, although slow to obtain, makes it perfect for foundation plantings or as a specimen in...

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James H. Schutte

(Hinoki Falsecypress)

A sacred tree in its native Japan, this coniferous evergreen forms a handsome broadly conical specimen with dark green scale-like leaves and flat fan-like branch tips. The foliage has white bands underneath. Leaves on young plants and some cultivars are small and needle-like. Large specimens have handsome reddish-brown bark that exfoliates in narrow strips. The small globular cones are green maturing to reddish brown. Many cultivars are available, including dwarf, prostrate, variegated, and gold-leaved...

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Jesse Saylor

(Hinoki Falsecypress)

A sacred tree in its native Japan, this coniferous evergreen forms a handsome broadly conical specimen with dark green scale-like leaves and flat fan-like branch tips. The foliage has white bands underneath. Leaves on young plants and some cultivars are small and needle-like. Large specimens have handsome reddish-brown bark that exfoliates in narrow strips. The small globular cones are green maturing to reddish brown. Many cultivars are available, including dwarf, prostrate, variegated, and gold-leaved...

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James Burghardt

(Fernspray Falsecypress, Hinoki Falsecypress)

A sacred tree in its native Japan, this coniferous evergreen forms a handsome broadly conical specimen with dark green scale-like leaves and flat fan-like branch tips. The foliage has white bands underneath. Leaves on young plants and some cultivars are small and needle-like. Large specimens have handsome reddish-brown bark that exfoliates in narrow strips. The small globular cones are green maturing to reddish brown. Many cultivars are available, including dwarf, prostrate, variegated, and gold-leaved...

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James H. Schutte

(Graceful Hinoki Falsecypress, Hinoki Falsecypress)

A sacred tree in its native Japan, Hinoki falsecypress is an evergreen conifer with flattened sprays of dark green scale-like leaves that have conspicuous white lines on their undersides. The most commonly cultivated form of Hinoki falsecypress, ‘Gracilis’ grows slowly into a small dense conical tree. Its dark green leaves are arranged in tight fans which droop at the branch tips. The small globular female cones are green maturing to reddish brown. This cultivar is sometimes confused with 'Nana Gracilis',...

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James Burghardt

(Hinoki Falsecypress)

A sacred tree in its native Japan, this coniferous evergreen forms a handsome broadly conical specimen with dark green scale-like leaves and flat fan-like branch tips. The foliage has white bands underneath. Leaves on young plants and some cultivars are small and needle-like. Large specimens have handsome reddish-brown bark that exfoliates in narrow strips. The small globular cones are green maturing to reddish brown. Many cultivars are available, including dwarf, prostrate, variegated, and gold-leaved...

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James Burghardt

(Hinoki Falsecypress, Lemon Twist Falsecypress)

A sacred tree in its native Japan, this coniferous evergreen forms a handsome broadly conical specimen with dark green scale-like leaves and flat fan-like branch tips. The foliage has white bands underneath. Leaves on young plants and some cultivars are small and needle-like. Large specimens have handsome reddish-brown bark that exfoliates in narrow strips. The small globular cones are green maturing to reddish brown. Many cultivars are available, including dwarf, prostrate, variegated, and gold-leaved...

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Mark A. Miller

(Hinoki Falsecypress)

A sacred tree in its native Japan, Hinoki falsecypress is an evergreen conifer with flattened sprays of dark green scale-like leaves that have prominent white bands on their undersides. The most widely cultivated "dwarf" form of Hinoki falsecypress, 'Nana Gracilis' grows slowly into a tall conical shrub densely furnished with cupped, angled sprays of dark green foliage. The small globular female cones are green maturing to reddish brown. This cultivar is sometimes confused with 'Gracilis', which...

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James H. Schutte

(Hinoki Falsecypress)

A sacred tree in its native Japan, Hinoki falsecypress is an evergreen conifer with flattened sprays of dark green scale-like leaves that have prominent white bands on their undersides. The cultivar 'Nana Lutea' grows slowly into a dense broadly conical shrub with cupped, angled sprays of golden yellow foliage. The yellow coloration decreases with increasing shade. The small globular female cones are green maturing to reddish brown.

This cultivar prefers partial shade, being prone to leaf scorch...