This cultivar is a smaller
weeping form that will usually reach around 10’ tall in the first 10 years but eventually it will reach around 20' tall.
It was discovered in Albany, Auckland, New Zealand growing at the edge of a lake. The branches hang out then drop down almost
straight toward the ground. This form still has the same foliage characteristics as the normal bald cypress being deciduous
and green in the summer before turning a burnt orange brown color in the fall and eventually dropping for winter time.