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Arctostaphylos for Pacific Northwest Gardens
Arctostaphylos canescens subsp. sonomensis in a garden with Osmanthus and Cupressus macrocarpa ‘Wilma Goldcrest’ - See more at: http://www.pacifichorticulture.org/articles/arctostaphylos-for-pacific-northwest-gardens/#sthash.cFQDub9E.dpuf
he Cupressus Goldcrest conifer is also known as Goldcrest Wilma or Lemon Cypress. Cupressus Goldcrest is an easy to grow evergreen. If left to its own devices, it generally has tall columnar growth. These particular lollipop-shaped goldcrests have been topiarised into a striking 3/4 standard shape tree. Tall and slim with a crop of green golden foliage on top, they are quite elegant and eye catching. The foliage has a lovely fragrant lemon aroma when crushed - hence the name Lemon Cypress.
The National Chrysanthemum Society divides the blooms into 13 different classes that range from the exotic to the simple pompon. With so many to choose from, it's fun to try different combinations both planted in the garden and as cut flowers around the house. Here, bold 'Yellow Cremon' and mini 'Santini' mums work in unison to dress up a cupressus 'Goldcrest' topiary.