These plants are cone-trees, so their foliage is made up of needle-like leaves. When growing these plants tend to go up, developing very little in width, and they tend to have a columnar development. Japanese cedar Is an evergreen; during spring, summer, autumn, winter iIt assumes a yellowgreen colouring; the adult specimens are small in size and reach 5 m high.
Exposure Japanese cedar
For a balanced development, it is best to position the The Japanese cedar in a partially shady place, where it can enjoy direct sunlight only during the coolest hours of the day. These plants don't fear the cold weather and therefore can be grown in the garden during any time of year.If a tree with a very thin trunk is put in shelter, it could be useful to secure it to a solid stake, which can keep it erect, and protect it from the damage caused by strong winds.
Watering Japanese cedar
Water regularly, every The , wetting the ground deeply with 2-3 buckets of water , always waiting for the soil to be dry before watering; avoid leaving stagnant water. We should pay particular attention to those plants which have been recently placed in shelter; during the years, trees develop a cospicuous radical apparatus, and need watering only if the climate is particularly dry.
Treatments Japanese cedar
As the day-time temperatures rise at the beginning of the spring, it is agreeable to practice a preventive treatment, with a wide-range insecticide, which should be applied when there aren’t flowerings in the garden. Before the buds become too large, it is advisable to also treat them with a wide-range fungicide, to prevent the development of fungal diseases which spread easily when there is an elevated environmental moisture.
Soil Japanese cedar
Locate these trees in a soil with average drainage, which slightly withholds humidity.
Notes - Japanese cedar
There aren't any notes. The indications given in this article are related to a medium size plant.