What Is Height Of Hinoki False Cedar Tree

Question From: Tumwater, Washington, United States
Q: I have seen various heights for the hinoki false cedar tree. Reports range from 25 ft all the way up to over 100 ft. Which is true? I know the dwarf is a different species and only grows to 6-9 ft, but what about the first type? Thanks. Paula

A: Most books suggest 30 feet is about max in a landscape. In its natural habitate it has grown to 120 ft in height. So it depends on where its planted. Best And Happy Yardening, Nancy