Answer: Cryptomeria japonica 'Black Dragon' is also known as Japanese Cedar. Japanese Cedars display thick, billowy foliage, and 'Black Dragon' is a striking fastigiate (narrow) selection which grows ultimately to 5-6 feet in height, becoming somewhat pyramidal with age. The needles are a rich dark green. In our experience Japanese Cedars grow best in acid, moist soil with some protection from winter winds. Hope this answers all your questions!
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