Cryptomeria japonica ‘Knaptonensis’ Japanese Cedar of Knapton

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Description

A miniature, globular selection of Cryptomeria with variegated foliage. It was found as a witch’s broom by Murray Hornibrook in the 1930s off of ‘Nana Albospica’ in Italy. ‘Knaptonensis’ gets its name after the English village Knapton, of Norfolk County.

 

 

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Latin Name

Cryptomeria japonica 'Knaptonensis'

Common Name

Japanese Cedar of Knapton

Color

variegated

Form

Globose

Growth Rate

Dwarf

Annual Growth

1-3"

HXW@10 YEARS

1.5'x1.5'

HARDINESS ZONE

5-9

SUN EXPOSURE

Sun/Part Shade

Plant Size

#1 Container, #2 Container, 4" Container

Color

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Growth Rate

Dwarf

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