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    Blue Surprise Port Orford Cedar - The Guardian™ Series Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Blue Surprise' Silvery blue, mostly juvenile needle-like foliage forms a dense, narrow spire. A beautiful accent for low shrub borders or specimen in formal gardens. T

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