Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Nana Lutea'
Modern landscaping philosophy forefronts immediate, or almost immediate, gratification: plant something that grows into full size very quickly. Just as quickly, however, that plant becomes oversized. Nana Lutea is an incredibly slow-growing shrub, growing only 2"-3" per year. During the growing season, the foliage shows a rich green with yellow tips at the ends of the leaves. In the winter, the entire foliage turns yellow.
Designing for the future means utilizing slower-growing plants. Nana Lutea, growing only 2"-3" per year, fits the bill very well. Because of its slow growth and attractive physique, it also makes an excellent addition to rock gardens.
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