With floating cloud-like clusters of greenery, these trained beauties add an interesting architectural accent to a formal patio or terrace.

 

They have very small leaves in dense sprays. Their cones are spherical in shape and also quite small. 'Castlewellan' is a vigorous, fast growing strain of the Genus, which if left to its own devices, can climb to 25m or more. They also have a golden-yellow tinge, sometimes even with a bronze type shade, growing as flat sprays of foliage.

 

Origins date back to western North America when first planted in Britain they were named after CJ Leyland of Haggerston Hall.

 

Castlewellan Gold Topiary adapts to many soils, is very hardy, and prefers full sun to partial shade exposures. Its growth rate makes it an excellent choice as a topiary, as you can shape it at will to create your desired shape and form.  It should be pruned at least once, and sometimes a few times per year, to maintain the desired look.

 

Hardy to Zone H6 in the UK and Ireland, its best aspects are South, North, West, or East in priority.  It can be in an exposed or a sheltered position. It prefers well drained soils that can be slightly acidic, slightly alkaline, or near neutral.  Most any soil texture combination of chalk, clay, sand, and/or loam are acceptable as long as the site has good internal drainage.

 

Large 25ltr pot.

Large 25Ltr Cupressus Castlewellan Gold 'Pom Pom'

£190.00Price
  • Hardy to Zone H6 in the UK and Ireland, its best aspects are South, North, West, or East in priority.  It can be in an exposed or a sheltered position. It prefers well drained soils that can be slightly acidic, slightly alkaline, or near neutral.  Most any soil texture combination of chalk, clay, sand, and/or loam are acceptable as long as the site has good internal drainage.

  • Castlewellan Gold Topiary adapts to many soils, is very hardy, and prefers full sun to partial shade exposures. Its growth rate makes it an excellent choice as a topiary, as you can shape it at will to create your desired shape and form.  It should be pruned at least once, and sometimes a few times per year to maintain the desired look.

 
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