Green Arrow Alaskan Cedar is an evergreen tree that is extremely narrow with an upright habit. It has blue-green to green foliage and drooping branches that form a skirt at the bottom. It grows to 20 feet tall but only 2 feet wide. This tree works very well as an accent and can take full sun, although it will perform better with some afternoon shade.
This tree prefers moist, well-drained soils and should not be allowed to dry out. It does not have any serious disease problems in our area but should be protected from drying winds.