A slow growing conifer with a fluffy appearance and narrow columnar form, the Red Star Cedar displays soft, blue green foliage with star-shaped leaves that turn to a very attractive shade of plum purple with dusty pinkish to red cast during the cool season. Adding maybe 4 inches in height per year, all grown up you can expect it to reach maybe 5 feet tall and 1.5 feet wide in 10 years and 15 feet in 25 years. Its narrow form lends well to use as an evergreen accent tree in small garden spaces or centerpiece in containers. Red Star provides eye-catching color, texture and form to the landscape composition. Get all the details below!