We know Dow Whiting and are working with him and Linda on landscaping our home. This was a must have shrub and it serves as the anchor plant to one of the beds in front of our home. When coming down the street it is and will be the first shrub you see and it eventually (when mature) will soften the corner of the home.
Soft Serve® False Cypress Chamaecyparis pisfera
- Hardy Zones
- 4 - 8
- Part Sun to Sun
- Early Spring
- Mature Size
- 72 - 120 Inches
Evergreen with soft, bright green leaves flecked silver blue underneath. Compact. Elegant soft texture. Deer resistant.
Shrub borders, hedges, specimen, perennial borders and containers.
Extremely adaptable, but prefers moist, loamy, well-drained, lime-free soils. This compact selection does not require any pruning. To keep smaller, minimal pruning can be done in summer. Medium moisture. Evergreen - slow growing. Fertilize in early spring by applying a slow release fertilizer specialized for evergreens. Follow the label for recommended rate of application. Protect from harsh winter sun and winds.
This soft, graceful evergreen has lovely color, too.
A compact, conical falsecypress with graceful, soft fern-like branches. The leaves are bright green on top and flecked with silver-blue on the underside. This sport of 'Boulevard' is a great substitute for Dwarf Alberta Spruce.
- Michele ProseHighlandvilleMissouriUnited States3 years ago
I bought this plant from dow whiting himself in 2008. it is absolutely beautiful.no regretsmike mcintosh4 years ago
- Russell StudebakerIllinoisUnited States5 years ago
I purchased two seedlings from Bluestone Perennials in 2009. They overwintered in my containers and are thriving with no fuss. Beautiful plants with georgous texture.jodi pollockPennsylvaniaUnited States5 years ago
- Russell StudebakerMassachusettsUnited States5 years ago
Awesome Plant!I have had several neighbors inquire about the plant.It has a very nice shape.Mike McIntoshIndianaUnited States5 years ago
Very nice plant although I'm starting to see a little bit of yellowing on the inside of the plant after a month and a half of being planted.Mike McIntoshIndianaUnited States5 years ago