How big does Cham Obtusa Compacta get?

Mature sizes for plants labeled as ‘Compacta’ range from true dwarfs growing to less than 2 feet (60 cm) tall after 10 years to proper trees that will reach mature heights of 15 feet (5 m) or more. All seem to grow with Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Nana Gracilis’ – type foliage.

How big does a golden dwarf Hinoki cypress get?

5 to 6 feet tall
Growing slowly in a pyramidal form 5 to 6 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide at the base, the Golden Dwarf Hinoki Cypress is ideal for use as an eye-catching focal point specimen in small garden spaces and home foundation plantings, and is effective in small groupings in larger spaces.

How fast do false cypress trees grow?

6-8 in. per year
The typical growth rate is 6-8 in. per year (15-20 cm). A pleasure to look at year-round, this attractive Hinoki Cypress is perfect for sunny borders or rock gardens.

How tall does a compact Hinoki cypress grow?

Compact Hinoki Cypress Spacing Planting Hinoki Cypress in full sun to part shade will ensure that they eventually reach their mature size. Height 12-15 feet and width of 6-8 feet.

How tall does a compact Hinoki cypress get?

6 feet tall
This easy-care evergreen bush grows at a moderate rate – 6 inches or more a year – into a broad conical form, dense and compact right to the ground. In about 10 years it will probably be 6 feet tall or perhaps even 8 feet, under the best conditions.

How tall can a false cypress grow?

50 to 70 feet tall
C. pisifera, commonly called Sawara false cypress. These natives of Japan have threadlike foliage. They can be cultivated to stay 20 to 30 feet tall, although they grow 50 to 70 feet tall in the wild.

Is there a dwarf cypress?

The term “dwarf cypress” is used to refer to several plants in the Chamaecyparis genus, which grow best in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 4 through 8. These plants are more generally known as false cypress trees and several dwarf varieties are available.