Trees - Cedar Chamaecyparis thyoides Andlensis 'Little Jamie' False white Cedar - Chamaecyparis thyoides 'Andelyensis' - Atlantic / Eastern White cedar This evergreen is pyramidal shaped with narrow bark that has platelike ridges. Foliage is light green to bluish green, turning bronzy in winter. Scalelike leaves are opposite. Full sun. Zones 4-8. Chamaecyparis thyoides 'Little Jamie' - Atlantic / Eastern White Cedar Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Forsteckensis' - Port Orford Cedar A dwarf form of Port Orford Cedar. Plant is flat, globose, dwarf with short stems of blocked-like foliage of gray-green leaves. Originated in 1904 in a nursery at Forsteck, Kiel, Germany. Full Sun, Height x spread in 10 years: 6 inches by 14 inches, Zone 5 Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Ellwood's Pygmy' - Port Orford Cedar Its needles are silvery-green, adding a darker blue-green hue in winter. It is upright & somewhat narrow in youth, but will mound outward as it ages, though it could be minimally pruned to preserve the upright narrower form that makes it appear truly to be a giant conifer in miniature. Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Ellwood's Pillar' - Port Orford Cedar A dwarf columular of Port Orford Cedar. This may have been a sport off of "Ellwoodii". Color of juvenile foliage is blue-gray. Very compact, not loose. Most of the time you cannot distinguish individual branches. Grows 2-4 inches per year. Full sun. Height x spread in 10 years: 6 foot by 1.5 foot. Zone 5. Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Ellwood's Nymph' - Port Orford Cedar A miniature form of Port Orford Cedar. Leaves are juvenile and gray-green. Plant is upright and conical. May not get over 2 feet its entire lifetime. Originally introduced as 'MacPenny's Gnome' in England. Full sun. Height x spread in 10 years: 1 ft x 6 inches. Zone 5.