* Images shown are of mature plants
|Mature Height:||6-8 ft.|
|Mature Width:||1-2 ft.|
|Botanical Name:||Cupressus macrocarpa 'Goldcrest Wilma|
|Does Not Ship To:||AZ|
|Grows Well In Zones:||7-10 outdoors|
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Growing Zones: 7-10 outdoors(hardy down to 10℉)
Add Cheerfulness to Your Home and Garden With a Fresh Lemon Scent
The Lemon Crest Cypress is the perfect addition for every home and garden. With a captivatingly fresh scent and mesmerizing evergreen foliage paired together in a compact, manageable plant, you can't go wrong with this tree. It's no wonder that most of Europe considers this plant to be a staple in their homes.
Cheerful lemon fragrance will leave your home or garden smelling fresh and clean. Citrus is a natural disinfectant and we naturally associate citrusy smells with cleanliness and freshness. The lively lemon aroma of the Lemon Crest Cypress is no exception. By placing a few plants around your home or garden, you'll invoke a crisp energy for you and your houseguests.
The beautiful foliage is adaptable to any environment. You'll certainly add fresh fragrance with your Lemon Crest Cypress, but you can also add visual interest too. Perfect as a stand-alone shrub or used as a complement to darker foliage, the bright yellow-green leaves of this plant will stand out in your landscape.
Liven up your yard in the dead of winter. The Lemon Crest Cypress is an evergreen tree, so it will never lose its appealing bright colors at any point during the year. Imagine how spectacular your garden will look in the dead of winter with the chartreuse colored leaves of your Lemon Crest Cypress.
Grow your Lemon Crest in a container and place it anywhere you like. The Lemon Crest Cypress is an excellent container plant, allowing you to move your tree around at different times of the year to brighten up any space. Whether you want to liven up an entryway or complement a purple flowering bush, you'll find plenty of places to set your container-grown Lemon Crest.
Growing a Lemon Crest Cypress is easy. Disease and pest resistant, drought tolerant and deer tolerant, you won't need to protect your plant from anything except the cold. Requiring only a little bit of watering, you'll find this plant to be hassle-free, making it an easy choice to add brightness and cheer to your garden and home.
The Lemon Crest Cypress is growing in popularity. A staple in Europe, word is catching on in the US about how great this plant can be. Adding so much vitality in a plant that’s so easy to care for, this tree is an obvious choice. Order yours today before they become so popular that they sell out!
Planting & Care
Planting Instructions: Plant your Lemon Crest Cypress in well-draining soil and place it in a spot that receives 6-8 hours of full sun each day. You do not need to amend your soil with anything as the Lemon Crest is very tolerant of most soil conditions. If planting outdoors, be sure to plant in a spot that is protected from cold, harsh winds in a hole that is big enough to cover the root ball. Water deeply immediately after planting.
Watering: Water only when the first 1-2" of soil is completely dry. The amount of watering you will need to do depends on the climate you live in. Do not overwater.
Fertilization: You can add a 20-20-20 slow release fertilizer before each spring, though it is not necessary.
Pruning: Prune lightly to maintain the shape of your Lemon Crest. Only prune during spring each year. If planting in a container, re-plant in a new container every 4 years.
Estimated Shipping Time: Most orders ship immediately. As noted on the website, some items are seasonal, and may only ship in spring or fall. Once your order is shipped, you'll receive an email with a tracking number.
|Amount of Order||Shipping Charge|
|Less than $15||$11.95|
|$179 +||FREE SHIPPING!|
Customer Reviews & Photos
I purchased two and followed the care instructions that were included in the packaging. They last about two weeks and died. I looked online for additional tips and instructions and couldn't find anything that I was doing that wasn't recommended. They were gorgeous when they arrived and appeared to be healthy. But they faded fast unfortunately.
The lemon cypress came a little crooked in the box with a few brown branches. I have done everything the instructions have said to do but I continue to get more and more branches are turning brown. Not sure if this is standard or not'