Miss Grace is the first dawn redwood with pendulous branches. This truly outstanding introduction has gracefully weeping branches with delicate, soft, gray-green foliage and a beautiful sculptural form. If staked, it can be rather tall and narrow. Left unstaked, it will form a billowing, low pyramid. Very tolerant of moist soils. The deciduous foliage goes rich orange in fall before dropping to show off beautiful peeling bark for winter. Don’t forget to check out the wide selection of other deciduous conifers.
USDA Hardiness Map