Cupressus

Cupressus or Cypress

There are many varieties to this family, some are suitable for hedging and can grow fairly fast and some that are a standalone feature. They form an upright column shape with flattened, aromatic foliage, they can have spherical female cones.

Where to Site Your Cupressus

They look very pretty in a mixed shrubbery garden, rock garden or as a low maintenance shrub or an impressive large standalone conifer. So many uses from this wonderful conifer family.  

How to Grow and Look after your Cupressus

Cupressus like full sun and grow in moist very well drained soil.

Preferably out of a windy site, also on larger specimens it is worth staking them until they are established.

They do require pruning just keep them looking neat and tidy.

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  1. Cupressus Macrocarpa Wilma 5 Litre Pot
    Special Price £15.00 Regular Price £18.50
    Neat compact conifer with aromatic and particularly beautiful, golden-yellow leaves. Learn More
  2. Cupressus sem. Totem 4 Litre Pot 80-100cm
    £22.60
    Pencil shaped conifer that is 80-100cm high Learn More
  3. Cupressus sempervirens Pyramidalis 18 Litre Pot 175/200
    £80.00
    Cupressus also known as an italian cypress is a classic narrow pencil shaped conifer. Learn More
  4. Cupressus sempervirens Pyramidalis 25 Litre Pot 200/225
    £103.50
    Cupressus also known as an italian cypress is a classic narrow pencil shaped conifer. Learn More
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