Coast Redwood ‘Adpressa’ / ‘Albospica’ – Tree Form (3L)

Sequoia sempervirens

£30.00

‘Albospica’ is the ‘tree phase’ of the Sequoia sempervirens cultivar ‘Adpressa’.

Coast Redwood ‘Adpressa’ is a unique and captivating cultivar of Sequoia sempervirens. It is distinguished by its dense and compact growth, displaying lush green and creamy white, tightly-held needles that adds an elegant touch to any landscape.

Ideal for urban gardens or smaller spaces, this variety retains the majestic qualities of its parent species while remaining well-suited to limited areas.

If left unattended, it will form a broadly conical, rather open tree that will be 4 to 6 feet (1.5 – 2m) tall after 10 years. However, if subjected to regular shearing and occasional, ‘Adpressa’ will be a fairly tight, bright white ball.We recommend keeping these staked if you want to keep the trunk straight.

Supplied in tree form with a single trunk which is commonly referred to as ‘Albospica’ as opposed to the bush form.

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Grown in Britain

The cultivar Coast Redwood ‘Adpressa’ is a captivating and unique variety of Sequoia sempervirens. Characterized by its compact and dense growth habit, ‘Adpressa’ showcases lush, rich green foliage that exudes elegance. Its needles are tightly packed, creating a refined and formal appearance. This cultivar’s ability to thrive in smaller spaces makes it a favoured choice for urban landscapes and gardens. Additionally, ‘Adpressa’ retains the majestic qualities of its parent species, with the potential to reach impressive heights over time. With its striking visual appeal and adaptability, Coast Redwood ‘Adpressa’ is a delightful addition to any outdoor environment.

These trees thrive in moist, damp, foggy environments and do well on the coast. Young trees are sensitive to frost, however after a few years they are hardy across most of the UK although easily damaged by frost.

Originally from the West coast of the USA, the Coast Redwood is in popular cultivation across the UK and Europe. As if being the tallest and oldest tree on the plant, the Coast Redwood has gained the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit.

Supplied in a 3 litre pot.

Native: Pacific coast California.

UK Native: No – UK Grown

Soil conditions: Requires deep soils but will grow on deep soils over chalk.

Planting instructions: Prefers moist, damp, foggy atmospheres.

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