Cryptomeria Japanese Cedar
aka Cryptomeria Japonica 'Yoshino'
The Japanese Cedar is typically used as a windbreak, buffer, or screen
It provides an alternative to a Leyland Cypress when used as an Evergreen screening tree
It requires little to no pruning, and it looks best without much pruning
The Japanese Cedar was a Pennsylvania Horticulture Society Gold Medal winner in 1993
Height: can reach up to 50'
Soil Condition: Prefers Moist Rich Soil but grows well in Clay, Loam or Sand
Sun: Prefers full sun, tolerates partial shade
Summer Color: Bluish-Green
Winter Color: Bronze-Purple Hue