Kashmir Cypress. Although relatively tender, this lovely weeping cypress from the Himalayan mountains is somewhat rare, probably due to its lack of hardiness. But, for those that can grow this tree it is a jewel. The tree will grow to 15 - 20 ft with a soft pendulous habit. If you are a fan of weeping conifers, and don't have cold winters, you will want this one. The tree has upright main branches and long (often several feet) pendulous branchlets bearing blue-green, aromatic foliage. This is a beautiful species, but it can also be a little fussy. It can easily be damaged in winds and may die in prolonged dry, hot weather. It is hardy to about 15-20° F.