Cryptomeria Jap. ‘Hungarian Gold’
Barabits Gold Japanese Cedar. ‘Hungarian Gold’ is a very rare cultivar produced by the Hungarian nursery Barabits, where it was discovered in 1990 as a seedling. Later it became known to growers under the trade name Barabit’s Gold. A medium size, upright, evergreen conifer tree. Foliage is soft, creamy-yellow in summer. During winter needles take on a bronzy hue. Very regular, ascending branches on a full, densely foliaged cone. Cryptomeria Japonica Hungarian Gold
Name: Cryptomeria Japonica ‘Hungarian Gold’
Approx. Height and spread: 3-4M x 1-1.5M
Position: Sun – semi shade
Soil Ph: Neutral – acid
Moisture: Moist – Well drained soil.