Very rare and unique seed. Parent trees grown from seeds collected on Guadalupe Island in 1979, now finally bearing viable cones!
In Stock: 0.15 lb (Total:0.15lb)
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Scarification: Soak in water, let stand in water for 24 hours
Stratification: cold stratify for 30 days
Germination: sow seed 1/16" deep, tamp the soil, mulch the seed bed
Other: seed can be treated with Captan (4 tablespoons/gallon of water) during stratification to prevent fungal problems
Introducing the Hesperocyparis guadalupensis, also known as the Guadalupe Cypress or Guadeloupe Cypress. This species of cypress tree is native to the beautiful Guadalupe Island, located off the Baja California coast in Mexico. The Guadalupe Cypress has long been admired for its unique beauty and resilience, making it a great choice for landscaping projects. With its beautiful blue-green foliage and pyramid shape, this tree is sure to make an eye-catching addition to any garden or park. Its adaptability to different soil types and drought tolerance make it an excellent choice for those seeking low-maintenance plants. Get your own Hesperocyparis guadalupensis today and experience nature's beauty and resilience in your own backyard! For more information about this species and other plants, visit plants.usda.gov.