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Plants Matching needled or scaled evergreen

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Jesse Saylor

(Dwarf 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 prominent white bands on their undersides. The cultivar 'Nana' forms a diminuitive flat-topped dome clad in curled fans of black-green foliage. This cultivar is sometimes confused with 'Nana Gracilis', which is a larger, more upright plant.

Hinoki falsecypress prefers some shade; full sun is tolerated in cool relatively moist locations. The soil should...

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James H. Schutte

(Bronze Pygmy 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 prominent white bands on their undersides. Orinating in Holland in the early 20th Century, the cultivar 'Pygmaea Aurescens' grows slowly into a small mounded flat-topped shrub with fans of yellow-bronze foliage that becomes brighter in winter. The habit is relatively open.

Hinoki falsecypress prefers some shade; Hinoki falsecypress prefers some shade;...

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James H. Schutte

(Hinoki Falsecypress, Pygmy 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. Introduced to the West in 1861, the cultivar 'Pygmaea' grows slowly into a small mounded flat-topped shrub with fans of bronze-tinged mint-green foliage. The habit is relatively open.

Hinoki falsecypress prefers some shade; full sun is tolerated in cool relatively moist locations. The soil should have humus, good...

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Mark A. Miller

(Hinoki Falsecypress)

A diminutive selection of a large tree from Japan, 'Rigid Dwarf' holds its dark, almost black-green foliage in stiff upright sprays. The tiny scale-like leaves clasp and overlap along tightly bunched branchlets, forming fan-like growths. Their undersides bear a tracery of white markings. Crushed leaves are mildly fragrant. This cultivar slowly forms a head-high, columnar to conical shrub.

Hinoki cypress thrives in full to partial sun and moist, humus-rich, well-drained soil. Hot, dry conditions...

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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

(Hinoki Falsecypress, Snowkist 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, Spirited Golden 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)

Cultivar 'Split Rock' has an upright and broad habit with billowly flatten scales that are both sea green and blue-green. One of the bluest Hinoki falsecypresses, this dwarf has the bluest foliage in spring or with new growth after being mildly trimmed. It is native to the southern islands of Japan.

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

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James H. Schutte

(Hinoki Falsecypress, Templehof Hinoki Falsecypress)

Descended from the Hinoki falsecypress, a native of Japan, 'Templehof is a dwarf evergreen tree grown as a shrub. It is oval or broadly pyramidal with yellow-green needles in slightly dropping flattened sprays that have white bands on the underside. In winter, the needles turn bronze.

This small tree should be sited in a full-sun location in a moist and well-drained soil. The slow growth and small size of 'Tempelhof' makes it perfect for foundation plantings or as a specimen in a mixed border,...

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Mark A. Miller

(Hinoki Falsecypress)

A diminutive selection of a large evergreen conifer from Japan, 'Tonia' holds its rich green foliage in erect, cupped, densely clustered sprays. The shell-like sprays are often tipped with white. The tiny, clasping scale-like leaves have white-marked undersides. Crushed leaves are mildly fragrant. This cultivar slowly forms a dwarf conical shrub with a picturesque irregular habit.

Hinoki cypress thrives in full to partial sun and moist, humus-rich, well-drained soil. Hot, dry conditions are not...