Japanese Cedar or Sugi, is the national tree of Japan. This variety has been around for centuries, and can grow tall to 200'. They are graceful, pyramidal trees, reaching 50’ to 60’ in cultivation, although there are a number of dwarfs and compact varieties available at Conifer Kingdom.
The half-inch leaves are soft, curved, awl-shaped needles that extend down the branches in a spiral pattern, and one-inch spherical cones develop at the branch tips. The needles are typically dark green that bronze in the winter, but there are also some beautiful light-colored and golden varieties to choose from. They grow in full sun to light shade and do best in deep, rich, moist soil that isn’t allowed to dry out. If you are planning to create a Japanese-style Zen garden then, Japanese Cedar is a must-have.
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