Weeping cypress of bhutan. One of the most graceful and beautiful of all conifers. In cultivation, a small to medium-sized tree of conical habit, reaching a large size in the wild. The branches are ascending and are draped with long, pendent branchlets. Foliage a conspicuous blue-grey, in flattened sprays. Grown ouutdoors at the SHHG for 30 years and achieved a height of nearly 10m(2013), but it is seen at its best outdoors only in the mildest parts of the British Isles, making an excellent specimen for a large conservatory.