Answer: This dwarf Hinoki Cypress forms a conical, slow-growing evergreen shrub with cupped sprays of dark green foliage. It has a pyramidal shape, with spreading branches and drooping, feathery branchlets of rich emerald green. ?Nana Gracilis? grows slowly to 10'?12' in height, and is one of the most popular dwarf conifers. They perform well in clay soil, but prefer a moderately moist, well-drained soil. It is important to provide them adequate moisture, especially in the first few years of establishment. They grow best in full sun and do not tolerate hot, dry, or polluted conditions.
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