Cupressus golden , Cupressus macrocarpa

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    Polybag size / Pot size Polybag: 10x10, 3.9L
    Plant height 12''
    Polybag size / Pot size Polybag: 18x18, 26.5L
    Plant height 3'

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    Cupressus macrocarpa, commonly known as Golden Cypress, is a striking evergreen tree admired for its vibrant golden-yellow foliage. With its dense and compact growth habit, it adds a touch of elegance to any landscape or garden. Thriving in full sun and well-drained soil, this unique plant is a standout choice for outdoor spaces, offering aesthetic appeal and easy maintenance. Explore the beauty of Cupressus macrocarpa at Jagtap Nursery, your premier wholesale plant supplier on Solapur Road, offering expert care tips, a wide range of pots and planters, and a selection of unique and aesthetic outdoor plants to elevate your landscape design.


    • Leaves: Scale-like, overlapping, and deep green.
    • Stem: Tall, upright, with a distinctive conical shape.
    • Roots: Shallow root system.
    • Cones: Small and round, green at first, turning brown when mature.
    • Lifecycle:
      • Monterey Cypress is an evergreen conifer with a long lifespan.
    • Ecology and Distribution:
      • Water Requirement: Moderate water requirements; allow soil to dry slightly between waterings.
    • Cultivation:
      • Watering: Regular watering, especially in the growing season.
      • Fertilizers and Manure: Fertilize with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer.
      • Pests and Diseases:
        • Pests: Can be affected by cypress aphids or spider mites.
        • Diseases: Potential issues with cypress canker and root rot.
      • Propagation Methods: Typically propagated from seeds.
    • Uses:
      • Medicinal Uses: Limited medicinal uses, mainly ornamental.
      • Culinary Uses: Not used in cooking.
      • Traditional Uses: Primarily grown for landscaping.
      • Cultural Significance: Commonly used as an ornamental tree in gardens and parks.
    • Conservation Status:
      • Not a threatened species.
    • Fun Facts:
      • The Monterey Cypress is known for its iconic wind-sculpted appearance.
      • It's often seen along coastlines due to its resistance to salt spray.

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