AP 'Tsukasa' is an extreme upright-growing, vigorous tree that fits into small gardens even at 20', since it will be just 4' wide. Little else is known about this rare maple, except that it is a member of the Amoenum subspecies of Acer palmatum, having large, finely-toothed leaves that are shallowly to moderately divided. Summer: bright green, Fall: brilliant red (shown). 4x20' in 10.
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Italian Cypress trees are a familiar staple in the city, growing along border lines as tall screens. They grow up to 60 feet high on single trunks and are generally 1-2 feet wide but mature plants can be much wider. All cypresses prefer full sun, but will tolerate part shade and can survive on little water once they are established in a year or two.