With its broad pyramidal habit, but compact form, this lovely evergreen fits beautifully in small space gardens. A 13 year old specimen was 7' in height and 5' in width. Readily pruned to maintain a desirable landscape size. The blue-green needles are resistant to winter bronzing and add a touch of color to the winter landscape. To date, minimal male and female cone production. Introduced by Plant Introductions Inc. and Sarah P. Duke Gardens.