5 gallon+ pots range in price from $69.99 to $450.00 The texture of the flat-needled boughs is soft and wispy. No sharp or painful needles here. With a blue-green cast, this tree is also sometimes called the weeping blue Alaskan cedar, too. The softly pyramidal shape of this tree, along with its weeping habit, make it an ideal landscape plant. During the growing season, small 1/3 inch brown to burgundy cones appear at the tips of the needles, but primarily on mature plants. They thrive in consistently moist soils where plenty of moisture is present year-round but not standing water. Strong winds can cause needle or branch desiccation and even die-back if winters are extremely cold and windy where you live. Though the weeping Alaskan cedar is very cold hardy, it does not do well in high-wind areas.
Set top of root ball two inches above the ground level. Mix half garden soil and half planting mix. Mound soil to form water basin.