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Cupressus macrocarpa 'Wilma' Golden Monterey Cypress

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$40.00 - $670.00
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Cupressus macrocarpa 'Wilma' a narrow columnar selection of Monterey cypress with tighter, skinnier, and shorter growth than 'Goldcrest', juvenile foliage that smells of citrus! Color holds year-round even in cooler climates.

USDA Minimum Hardiness Zone:
7
Growth Type:
Dwarf
10 Year Average Size:
4' x 1'
Sun Requirements:
Full Sun
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Reviews

  • 5
    A lovely pop of color

    Posted by Andrea on 18th May 2020

    We needed some plants to surround our pool and did not want to put in too many flowering plants that would attract bees. That said, we also didn't want a monochrome yard. These trees are a perfect solution. The color is beautiful - almost a lime-yellow and because the color is so bold, they stand out in the landscape even though they're pretty little right now. They also stay nice and narrow as they grow, meaning we didn't need a lot of real estate to get a huge impact. A great pick for a small garden that needs some oversized visual impact.