Will the real Weeping Alaskan Cedar please stand up!
Hi. I am looking for a cedar that looks like the one in the picture on the left and right (not middle). It is apparently called a Weeping Alaskan Cedar or Weeping Alaskan Yello Cedar and it's botanical name is Chamaecyparis Nootkatensis 'Pendula'. However, when searching online I find such cedars with the same botanical name that look like the picture on the right, left and middle, yet the one in the middle is clearly different. I find the ones on the left and right preferable as I want something very full, wide and with a cascading effect rather than the one in the middle that is more narrow, spindly and pendulous.
Can they both actually have exactly the same name? I don't want to order a small tree and then find out it grows into the one in the middle instead of the right or left one. Does anyone know how to properly refer to it or is it just a subspecies with no identifiable name and you just have to find 'the look'?