• Description

    'Whipcord' is a shrubby, slow-growing, dwarf form that features pendulous whipcord-like green foliage which droops from branchlets rising upward from the center before arching downward. This small shrub typically grows as a flattened mound when young (to 2' tall and to 3' wide over the first 10 years), but eventually forms over time a more rounded shrub to 4-5' tall and as wide. Glossy green foliage usually acquires bronze tones in winter.

    About Whipcord

    Common Name: Western Red Cedar
    Sun Requirement: Full sun to partial shade
    Growth Rate: Slow 1"-6" per year

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