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Looking for a specific type of chamaecyparis obtusa

Something that looks exactly like the species, which means none of that weird whirled fan shaped foliage and has to look like the foliage from the chamaecyparis obtusa you see in forests in Japan with thay droopy thuja looking foliage, but more dwarf and suitable for smaller gardens. Anyone know?

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