Miss Grace is a unique form of Dawn redwood with pendulous branches and
soft, feathery, green, deciduous foliage and turns orange-brown in fall. Originally thought to be a prostrate witch's broom
and grown as a ground cover it can be staked and grown as a small unusual tree, but will only grow as tall as it is staked.
Grows usually about 8-10 inches a year. The plant originated somewhere in New York and was introduced by Buchholz & Buchholz
Nursery in Gaston, Oregon.