Dwarf Golden Threadleaf False Cypress

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Use this unusual conifer to add an exotic touch to the landscape. Wonderful, graceful form is carefree and rarely needs pruning. Contrasts well with red-leaved smokebush or Japanese maple. Dwarf size is well-suited for smaller gardens.

Companion Plants

Burning Bush

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Burning Bush

Best known for brilliant fall color, this popular landscape shrub is impossible to miss once the leaves change in autumn. Striking fall foliage is nicely offset by blue-foliaged plants, chrysanthemum and aster. Use for hedge, screen, accent and specimen.

Bird's Nest Spruce

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Bird's Nest Spruce

Slow-growing, needle-leaved evergreen shrub with fine foliage and a flat spread, resembling a "bird's nest." Very effective as an accent, specimen or foundation plant. Also suitable in rock gardens. Deer resistant. Prefers moist, well-drained, neutral to acid (sour) soil.

Apple

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Apple

Handsome fruit trees produce a perennial favorite: crunchy, sweet and refreshing apples. Delicious for snacking, pies and crumbles, or fresh applesauce. Trees benefit from regular pruning. Prune only during dormancy. Prefers fertile, moist, well-drained soil.

Details

Common name

Dwarf Golden Threadleaf False Cypress

Botanical name

Chamaecyparis pisifera

Variety

Filifera Aurea Nana

Zone

USDA 4 - 8

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Bloom time

No Bloom

Light

sun

Height

36" (91 cm)

Habit

compact

Water

weekly

Feed

in spring

Maintenance

mulch to reduce weeds