“Metasequoia glyptostroboides Goldrush grows best in moist soil during its establishment phase but can thrive on most soils thereafter. Its spectacular golden foliage has a feathery effect and is a great contrasting tree within a parkland or large garden environment. The yellow leaves drop for autumn in late October/November leaving the soft spongy redwood bark to be admired all winter long. Metasequoia glyptostroboides Goldrush has a lovely symmetrical pyramidal habit which also makes it stand out in the landscape.”