The Lawson Cypress can be grown indoors or outdoors. Note that some websites say it can't be grown indoors, but other website say it can. I've always considered it a conifer that can be grown both ways so it's especially valuable to a miniature gardener, because it's one of the few indoor trees that can look like a full-sized garden tree but in miniature.
The Ellwood's Empire Cypress wears soft foliage with a bright, emerald green color that turns to yellow at the tips of the leaves. Slow growing. Perfect for containers and can do well in-ground as an informal hedge in miniature. Keep the soil evenly moist.
- Bright indirect light
- Regular water, damp soil to the touch
- Less water in winter, more in the summer
- Cool, full sun to bright part shade
- Zone 5 - 9, hardy to -20 F
- Heat zones 9 - 5
- Regular water
- Well draining soil
- If in a pot, let dry out to barely damp in between to avoid over watering
- Shelter the pot from the extreme hot sun in late afternoon in the summer
- Shear in spring if needed to make it stay bushy
- Comes in a 4” pot
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