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Chapel View™ Japanese Cedar

Cryptomeria japonica

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Chapel View™ Japanese Cedar

With its broad pyramidal habit and compact form, Chapel View™ Japanese Cedar fits beautifully in small space gardens. The blue-green needles are resistant to winter bronzing and add a touch of color to the winter landscape. To date, minimal male and female cone production has occurred. Introduced by Plant Introductions, Inc. and Sarah P. Duke Gardens.

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Chapel View™ Japanese Cedar

If you're looking for a versatile and attractive plant that thrives in full sun, look no further than the Chapel View Japanese Cedar. This hardy tree has dense foliage that is rich in color and texture, making it an excellent choice for a variety of landscape settings.

To ensure optimal growth and development, this cedar requires regular watering, especially during the first growing season. Additionally, it needs moist, nutrient-rich soil that is acidic in nature. To help your Chapel View Japanese Cedar thrive over time, be sure to add plenty of compost to the soil on an ongoing basis and apply a balanced fertilizer each spring. With these simple care tips, you can enjoy a vibrant Chapel View Japanese Cedar for years to come!

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Plant Features

  • Height: 5-10'
  • Width: 4-8'
  • Hardiness Zone: 6-9
  • Heat Zone: 9
  • Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
  • Habit: Broad Pyramidal
  • Foliage: Bright Green

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