The false cypress is a very beautiful conifer with a very decorative appearance.
Maintenance is easy and pruning is optional. Good planting is nevertheless necessaryIn summary, what you need to know:
Last name : Chamaecyparis
Family : Cupressaceae
Type : Conifer
Height : 2 to 20 m
Exposure : Sunny
Ground : Ordinary
Foliage : Persistent
Planting false cypress
It is best to plant it in the fall to promote rooting, but you can also plant it until spring, but outside of the frost.
Consider planting your false cypress in light, well-drained soil because it fears standing water.
A sunny situation will promote the good development of your conifer.
- Follow our planting tips.
Pruning, maintenance of false cypress
You can equalize 1 to 2 times if necessary. Clean at the end of winter.
The false cypress supports pruning very well which allows it to be shaped as desired and pruned as often as you wish to maintain its shape.
To know about the false cypress
Lawson's False Cypress is a genus of the Cupressaceae family and it remains very close to the cypress, both by its shape and its foliage.
The false cypress is a conifer that tolerates cold and frost very well.
It will only need to be watered if the soil is no longer wet.
It comes in a wide variety of shapes and colors, which also makes it a very beautiful ornamental tree.
During the first seasons, you can add coniferous fertilizer to promote the proper development of false cypress.
Diseases and parasite of false cypress
- Cypress canker
Smart tip about false cypress
It is advisable to put a mulch, for example ofmaritime pine bark, at the foot of the tree.