Raywood's weeping cypress

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cingwer99
Columbus Consulting added this to DECK GARDEN11 May 2018

Raywood's Weeping Arizona Cypress (Cupressus glabra 'Raywood's Weeping') This beautiful bluish-gray weeping form of 'Blue Ice' is a star in the garden. Lovely branchlets hang straight down from the main trunk. A well-behaved narrow tree that should be staked to its desired form, Raywood's Weeping will reach an average height of 12 to 15 feet in 10 years in the garden. Two are great placed on either side of a garden entryway, as they will naturally form a living arch. I cannot say enough good things about this wonderfully unique tree. USDA zones: 5 to 9 Water and soil requirements: Average, well-draining soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 15 feet tall When to plant: Fall or spring

knlsn03
knlsn03 added this to Wish List11 Jul 2017

Arizona cypress (weeping or not?)

elaine_buck
Terry Buck added this to Yard and Garden - Conifer/Zen Garden4 Mar 2015

Raywood's Weeping Arizona Cypress(Cupressus glabra 'Raywood's Weeping')This beautiful bluish-gray weeping form of 'Blue Ice' is a star in the garden. Lovely branchlets hang straight down from the main trunk. A well-behaved narrow tree that should be staked to its desired form, Raywood's Weeping will reach an average height of 12 to 15 feet in 10 years in the garden. Two are great placed on either side of a garden entryway, as they will naturally form a living arch. I cannot say enough good things about this wonderfully unique tree. USDA zones: 5 to 9Water and soil requirements: Average, well-draining soilLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 15 feet tallWhen to plant: Fall or spring

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