I bought a lttle tree tagged "Chamaecyparis lawsoniana 'Elwoodii" at Walmart, primarily because I felt sorry for it. It is 12" tall from soil to tip, and has a spread of about 5" at its widest pint, a little over 1/3 up its height, and has a slightly pyramidal form, with a good growth point at the top. Just rinsed its foliage in room-temp water to try to remove glitter! I have several questions. 1. Will the remaining glitter, or whatever they sprayed on to make it stick, harm this baby? If so, how do I remove w/o harming it? 2. "bing" references seem to suggest that this is also known as "Port Orford cedar," which is susceptible to some dreaded disease in this area (southwest OR). Is this true, or is it NOT a "Port Orford cedar?" 3. The tag says "keep soil moist, and keep plant in bright indirect sunlight; performs well indoors at 65 - 75F." Is this correct? I am planning to plant it outside eventually, but for now, I'd like to know how to keep it healthy in the house! Anyone have tips/tricks, general info?