A dwarf columnar blue Port Orford Cedar. The plant is dense, with upright branches, and the foliage is juvenile and POWDER BLUE. An interesting characteristic is that the plant grows in a spiraled fashion. Found as a seedling by Anthony P.J. de Beer in Tilburg, Holland. Looks stunning when planted with golden foliage plants. Also, because of its narrow, spire shape, it will offer dramatic contrast to mounding shaped plants in the landscape. This tree requires very sharp drainage, so we recommend planting higher than grade, like a raised bed.
Size in 10 Years:
Intermediate (5-10 feet tall)