An evergreen tree that turns red-brown to orange in color before dropping its needles in fall. Bark and leaves similar to California redwood. Grows 90 ft. tall and about 35 ft. wide and needs water once per week. It tends to branch very low and looks poor when the lower branches are removed. If planted in or near turf, remove all turf under the dripline to allow the natural branching pattern. Deep water every 7-10 days and plant in full sun. This tree is not temperature sensitive or disease prone, and does not need protection.