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Heatherbun Atlantic White Cypress

Chamaecyparis thyoides 'Heatherbun'

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Heatherbun Atlantic White Cypress

Chamaecyparis thyoides 'Heatherbun'

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Botanical Name

Chamaecyparis thyoides 'Heatherbun'

Outdoor Growing zone

4-8

Mature Height

2-8

Mature Width

2-8

Sun needs

Full Sun, Partial Sun

The ‘Heatherbun’ White Cypress is a rounded, ball-shaped evergreen conifer, growing as much as 6 inches a year to potentially become in time about 6 feet tall and wide. It has fuzzy foliage which is an attractive blue-green from spring to early fall, gradually turning to a remarkable, deep plum-purple for the winter months. It is almost unique among conifers for growing well in moist to wet ground, making it ideal for planting beside ponds and streams. Older plants that are untrimmed develop a fascinating mounded, ‘hilly’ growth pattern. Cold resistant and easy to grow.

  • Neat rounded bun of fuzzy short needles
  • Blue-green in summer turning rich plum-purple in winter
  • Perfect medium-sized rounded evergreen
  • Grows well in wet and even poorly-drained soils
  • Selected form of a plant native to America

Full sun will give the best winter colors and good growth from your ‘Heatherbun’ White Cypress. It grows in ordinary to moist soils, of all kinds, as well as in wet ground with poor drainage. Avoid hot, dry and sandy soils. It can be trimmed if wanted – late spring after the new growth has matured in the best time. Untrimmed plants develop more ‘character’, but should be tied together inside the bush to prevent snow damage. This plant is usually free of any serious pests or diseases, but not resistant to deer.

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