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Chamaecyparis sp

This broad, sweeping, conical-shaped evergreen has graceful, flattened, fern-like branchlets which gently droop at branch tips. Hinoki False cypress reaches 50 to 75 feet in height with a spread of 10 to 20 feet, has dark green foliage, and attractive, shredding, reddish-brown bark which peels off in long narrow strips. The easiest false cypress to keep alive is the Hinoki cypress, C. obtusa. Many report great success in growing it, but unfortunately, it seems to be one of the most difficult to keep in proper bonsai form due to the whorling fan pattern of the foliage. Boulevard cypress (C. pisifera ‘Boulevard’) and Chamaecyparis thyoides ‘Andelyensis Conica’, Andelyensis cypress, seem to be the varieties which cause the most grief.

Scientific name

Chamaecyparis sp

English name

False Cypress

Family

Cupressaceae

Maintenance

Light requirements: Full sun, in all but the hottest climates, is ESSENTIAL. Without proper lighting, lower and inner branches brown and die, which is a serious problem because Chamaecyparis will not bud back on old wood. Many books recommend putting these trees in the shade, but this seems to be a strategy to avoid having the soil dry out completely (see watering, below).

Water: Touchy. Many varieties, especially Boulevard/blue moss cypress, are very vulnerable to root rot. However, unlike most genera that like it dry, false-cypresses tend to drink a lot of water, especially when in an active growth phase. And Chamaecyparis can never be allowed to dry out completely. Also, drying winds can cause foliage die-back. The best strategy is to use very fast-draining soil, water moderately, allow it to dry somewhat between waterings, and supplement watering with frequent misting. Also, an older couple in the Buffalo Bonsai Society with some very nice Chamaecyparis advised me to water only in the morning to early afternoon, to avoid having the trees stand in water overnight.

Soil Required: The soil should be fertile and well-drained, in most well-drained soils well-developed, a mixture of high-quality garden soil and rotten and washed leaf soil and coco peat or peat moss is suitable for its potting soil.

temperature : The Colorado blue spruce is tolerant of cold weather. It can tolerate heat to a point. The plant will not thrive in extremely hot and humid weather conditions.

خاک: بهترین خاک،خاک شنی لومی یا رسی لومی میباشد ولی به طورکلی خاک باغچه مخلوط با کود حیوانیبا زهکشی عالی و ph۴.۵ تا ۷ مناسب است بیشتر خاک اسیدی را ترجیح میدهد.

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