Intense golden-yellow, feathery foliage. keeps its coloring well into summer. It then turns orange-brown in fall, when it sheds its needles. In spring, the needles return an almost chartreuse yellow color.
A small deciduous conifer with gracefully weeping branches and airy green foliage that changes to an intense orange in the fall. This variety can reach 10 feet tall and 3 feet wide if staked.
Leaves are dark green above with deep maroon undersides and the flowers, smallish and pale pink in spring and summer. Works well in the deepest dark, dry shade, or in dappled sun. Happy to go dormant in the summer but remains evergreen with some water.
Branches hang, almost cling, very tightly to the trunk. Makes tall tapering spiral which is narrower than any other tree. Can grow irregularly, known to some as Dr. Suess tree!
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