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C O M M O N  N A M E : Rubicon Atlantic White Cedar, Atlantic White Cypress, White Cypress
O R I G I N :  Eastern United States
F A M I L Y : Cupressaceae
Z O N E :  4 to 8
T Y P E :  Needled evergreen
H E I G H T :  avg. 15 to 20''
S U N :  Full sun to partial shade
S O I L : Moist, fertile, peaty-sandy, chalk, clay, loam
M O I S T U R E : Medium to wet

T A G S :  cultivar, columnar, conifer, swamps, wetland buffer, dwarf 


C A R E 

Prior to transplanting, soak the plant well in its container. Add compost to the base of the hole that is twice the size of the Rubicon's container. Keep the plant well watered in the initial year, in well-drained soil. Plant in full sun.

 

 

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S O U R C E S

"Manual of Woody Landscape Plants," by Michael Dirr.