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Golden Hinoki Cypress - Large (Chamecyparis 'verdoni')


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Golden Hinoki Cypress - Large (Chamecyparis 'verdoni')
Golden yellow evergreen conifer with fan-like foliage. Leaves edged with blue on undersides. Pea-sized cones. Beautiful uncommon evergreen which is the smallest of the species. Not to be confused with Arborvitae. Hardy, keep outdoors.


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