Chaparral Arizona Cypress

Loads of tiny white specks cover the light green foliage leaving the appearance of a creamy white specimen. With a broadly columnar habit, the branches extend horizontally, drooping down over time. The thin scales are round, rather than flat, on compressed stems that mature red. Typical of the Arizona Cypress, it is drought tolerant.

Cupressus arizonica ‘Chaparral’

  • Garden Size: 25’H x 15’W
  • Growth Rate: 12″+/Year
  • Hardiness Zone: 6
  • Broad Upright
  • Full Sun
  • Blue Foliage

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