|Common name||Lawson's cypress 'Stewartii'|
|Status||Glamorgan Champion 2013|
|Height||22m June 2015|
|Girth||136cm April 2015|
|Reference||ST 17767 84445|
This tree is in the upper park, below the ruined summer house, at the junction of two paths. It is on the left hand side of the path which crosses the dingle as you look out of the ruined summer house. This tree is the shorter of the two trees in the first photograph.
General tree description
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Stewartii' is a cultivar of the Lawson cypress native to California and Oregon, USA. It is a large tree, reaching heights of 25 metres, with a rounded conic shape. The foliage comprises long, slender sprays with drooping golden yellow tips, changing to yellowish green in winter.