Globosa Nana Cryptomeria
- Growth Habit
Cryptomeria (Japanese cedar) Globosa is a woody, needled evergreen tree that is native to central and south Japan. The dwarf dome form 'Globosa Nana' is grown for its attractive foliage. Its bluish-green, awl-shaped needles become rusty-red during the winter months, making this specimen a great addition to your winter garden. This evergreen shrub performs best in full sun to partial shade with moist and well-drained soil. Its naturally rounded habit needs no maintenance to keep is attractive form.
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At maturity, this plant grows 4-5' tall and 5-6' wide but is a slow grower. Male (pollen) cones are in clusters near the apex of branches and are oblong and scaly. Female (seed) cones are round, brown, rosette looking on terminal branches singly or in groups.
Globosa grows well in full or part sun but can get a little burned on the ends if left unwatered in hot sun for too long. It likes acidic, well drained, rich soil. The Globosa Nana Cryptomeria is pest and disease resistant as well as deer and drought tolerant once established.
Cryptomeria 'Globosa nana' has no toxic effects reported. The Globosa Nana Cryptomeria is pest and disease resistant as well as deer and drought tolerant once established.
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