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Facts About the Weeping Alaskan Cedar | Home Guides | SF Gate


Though the species can grow up to 90 feet tall in its native habitat, the weeping Alaskan cedar generally grows to 50 feet tall with a 20-foot spread when grown ...

Xanthocyparis nootkatensis 'Pendula' - Plant Finder


Culture. Grow in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Best in full sun in the northern part of its growing range, but appreciates ...

What is this variety of Weeping Alaskan Cedar Called - GardenWeb


May 19, 2013 ... I need help in identifying a certain variety of Weeping Alaskan Cedar. There are 6 pictures attached. The are all apparently called Weeping ...

Weeping Alaskan Cedar - Bower & Branch


The Weeping Alaskan Cedar tree is a graceful specimen evergreen tree with a flowy form that will bring to mind a past trip to Seattle or the movie set of Twilight ...

Weeping Alaskan Cedar | Bloom IQ


Notable for its graceful, pendulous form, this conifer makes a wonderful highlight for a shrub border. Also, a nice backdrop for hydrangea, forsythia, or viburnum.

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Chamaecyparis nootkatensis ´Pendula´. Weeping Alaskan Cedar Zone: 5-8 8"- 12" /year 18´-20´ /10 years upright, pendulous. Get more information ...

Weeping Alaskan Cedar, Oregon State Univ., LANDSCAPE PLANTS


Chamaecyparis nootkatensis 'Pendula' Cones, female and male Main Page Previous Info cones, male and female.

Pruning weeping Alaskan cedar - Toronto Master Gardeners


(Question). I have a Weeping Alaskan Cedar that may need pruning. (I attached a photo, hopefully you can see it.) It seems to have 2 leaders (each about 3′ ...

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Q: Diseases of Weeping Alaskan Cedar.
A: Phomopsis Blight. Phomopsis blight is a fungal disease that is most damaging to the young Alaskan cedar. The fungal spores of this disease are most active durin... Read More »
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Q: Facts About the Weeping Alaskan Cedar.
A: Weeping Alaska Cedar, or Chamaecyparis nootkatensis pendula, is a cultivated variant of the wild-growing Alaska yellow cedar. It's distinguished by its slender ... Read More »
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Q: How tall does a weeping Alaskan cedar grow?
A: A weeping Alaskan cedar can reach heights of 30 to 35 feet and has a matured width of 8 to 20 feet. It is related to the Alaskan cedar--native to western North ... Read More »
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Q: Are these really cedar starts or something else? alaskan weeping ...
A: Hi Lynn, Alaskan weeping cedar is a cultivar of Chamaecyparis nootkatensis.  That means it is a hybrid.  The seedlings in your yard will be variable and not res... Read More »
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Q: How to Prune an Alaskan Weeping Cedar
A: Examine the tree for any broken limbs and remove them. Cut smaller branches with pruning shears or loppers and cut larger branches with a hand saw. Broken limbs... Read More »
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