This dense, upright conifer has beautiful blue-green foliage that droops gracefully from the tiered branches. A very uncommon but beautiful selection of Alaskan Cedar. This species was formerly and is still commonly thought to be in the Chamaecyparis genus. However, it readily hybridizes with other species of Cupressus and bears many similarities, so it is now taxonomically classified as a species of Cupressus. In the past, it was also known as Xanthocyparis nootkatensis and Callitropsis nootkatensis.