Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Grayswood Feather'

Cham. lawsoniana 'Graywood's Feather' 28-30cm.JPG

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Fust Code 418
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Layers per DC 6
Number per DC 630
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The colour of the needles of Chamaecyparis lawsoniana ‘Grayswood Feather’ changes according to the pH value of the soil. On acidic ground the scaled needles are dark green, but as the pH increases, the foliage gains a more yellow tint. The upwardly-growing twigs give the slow-growing conifer its thick column habit, which can sometimes tend towards the shape of a cigar.

The origin of 'Grayswood Feather' lies in the garden of G.L. Pilkington in Haslemere, Great Britain. D.W. Hatch from Canthrey Nurseries (Honiton) introduced the conifer on to the market.

Gelderen, D.M. van en J.R.P van Hoey Smith, 1986. Coniferen. Kelly, J. en J. Hillier, 1995. The Hillier gardener’s guide to trees & shrubs. Welch, H.J., 1991. The conifer manual.