The Vokel's Upright Hinoki Cypress is a great addition to any landscape. Perfect for small spaces, Asian, Zen, and rock gardens, and even containers, this Hinoki Cypress is sure to amp up your landscape plan! With a softer, greener foliage and smaller and more slender nature the Vokel's Upright brings to mind the Dwarf Alberta Spruce.
This miniature pyramidal evergreen doesn't require pruning to maintain its shape. Disease and pest resistant, beautiful, and easy to grow, you're going to love this dwarf tree.
- The Vokel's Hinoki Cypress is disease resistant, adaptable, and low maintenance!
- This shrub or dwarf tree is perfect for the smallest gardens and tightest spots in your landscape. Add this little beauty to a rock, Asian, or cottage garden for a unique look.
- Perfect in planters...and looks stunning too! This little tree looks as if it was made for containers!
- This Hinoki Cypress is slow growing, only reaching 4 feet tall and about 1 foot wide in 10 years.
Pro Tip: This Hinoki Cypress makes a great gift for just about anyone. It is the gift that truly keeps on giving as the recipient enjoys it year after year.
Where Should I Plant A Hinoki Cypress?
This shrub is adaptable to a variety of well drained soils and thrives in a spot with full sun to part shade exposure in grow zones 5-9. Try this shrub in a container on your entryway, porch, patio, or deck to add flare and class.
Why Is My Cypress Yellowing?
Yellowing leaves on this cypress may indicate possible root rot. Improve soil drainage and be sure to not over water or let water pool.
How Are These Shrubs Used?
This cypress shrub is a low maintenance shrub generally used in mixed beds, garden getaways, and Asian, Zen, and rock gardens. Hinoki cypress are also known for producing an essential oil that is used as a natural room deodorizer eliminating bad odors with a natural cypress scent.
The Vokel's Upright Hinoki Cypress is a fairly easy plant to grow. Look forward to disease and pest resistance in this hardy dwarf evergreen. Once established these slow growing shrubs are drought tolerant.
Be sure not to let your new trees dry out within the first few months before they are established. Water deeply about 2 times per week rather than smaller amounts several times per week. This ensures that the roots grow properly. We recommend watering your trees as soon as they arrive even before you plant them. This will ensure that the roots are moist and ready for planting. Adding 2 inches of mulch is a great choice for newly planted Hinoki Cypress. This will help keep the soil moist during the crucial early period when the roots are acclimating to their new home. Watering in times of drought will encourage faster growth and a healthier plant.
Plant your Falsecypress in full sun to part shade. This conifer is adaptable to various soil types and environmental conditions. Just be sure the soil drains well whether in the ground or a container. Overly wet soil tends to be where most fail with this plant. It can cause disease especially in containers. Look for a pot with several drainage holes. Fertilize when planting and once yearly in spring with our balanced slow release fertilizer. There is no need to prune your Japanese Cypress.
The Vokel's Upright Hinoki Cypress takes up minimal space, only reaching about 4 feet tall and 1 foot wide over the first 10 years of its life. This miniature tree is perfect for small narrow spaces and planters.
Plant this slender evergreen in mixed beds, garden getaways, and Asian, Zen, and rock gardens.
Try this shrub in a container on your entryway, porch, patio, or deck to add flare and class.
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|Soil Type||Adaptable, Well Drained|
|Mature Height||4-5 Feet|
|Mature Width||1-2 Feet|