With its broad pyramidal habit yet compact form, this lovely dwarf cedar evergreen fits beautifully in small space gardens. A 12-year-old specimen was 7' in height and 5' in width, and can be readily pruned to maintain a desirable landscape size. The blue-green needles are resistant to winter bronzing and add a touch of color to the winter landscape.
*please note: this product cannot be shipped to AK, HI
GROWTH & CARE
Plant Name CHAPEL VIEW JAPANESE CEDAR
Scientific Name Cryptomeria japonica 'PIICJ-I'
Brand Name First Editions
Exposure Full sun
Bloom / Feature Bright blue-green
Average Dimensions 5-10 x 4-8
USDA Zones 6-9
Uses Hedges, privacy
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