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1/2 Standard Cryptomeria Japonica Globosa Nana 90cm Stem. 20 Litre

1/2 Standard Cryptomeria Japonica Globosa Nana 90cm Stem. 20 Litre

£119.95
Half Standard Cryptomeria Japonica Globosa Nana by Charellagardens
Half Standard Cryptomeria Japonica Globosa Nana by Charellagardens Half Standard Cryptomeria Japonica Globosa Nana by Charellagardens Half Standard Cryptomeria Japonica Globosa Nana by Charellagardens
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Quick Overview

Top quality half standard plants, perfect for pot planting or planted as centre piece to create a focal point. Also known as Japanese Red Cedar

Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
141cm - 160cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
20 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
2m
Toleration
Toleration
-10
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Medium
Evergreen?
Evergreen?
Yes
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Half Standard Cryptomeria Japonica Globosa Nana 20 Litre 90cm stem: Also known as Japanese Red Cedar. An extremely decorative variety forming a dome of bright green foliage, with new growth having a touch of yellow and turning to a shade of pale blue in winter, these plants are fully hardy for the whole of the uk including the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. They make a good alternative to the more established topiary plants. The Cryptomeria Globosa is a slow growing dwarf variety of conifer that requires very little maintinence apart from the usual of feeding during the growing season and ensuring it is watered, especially during the growing season.

What to expect: Your plant or plants will arrive in a large 20 Litre pot with a height excluding pot of approximately 150/160cm, stem size is approximately 90cm, currently heads are approximately 50/60cm, excellent plants. 

 

 

 

Generally a trouble free low maintenance plant.

Planting Position: Best planted in moist well drained soil in a sheltered spot away from strong wind.

Soil: It will happily sit in most soil types, clay should be avoided where possible.

Pruning is not necessary but if required should be done at the end of the growing season.

Feed with a general liquid fertiliser or add a slow release granules such as Osmocote to the compost when planting.

Cryptomeria trees (Cryptomeria japonica) are also known as Japanese cedars and are closely related to bald cypress and redwood trees. In cold winter temperatures, the dark green needles will blush to purplish bronze. Beautiful as a singular specimen or planted in pots for a topiary effect. In the UK it is quickly becoming an alternative to less hardy topiary plants