I picked up these three dwarf Chamaecypais pisifera plants at the Hilldale Farmer's Market couple of weeks ago. It may not be obvious from this image but there are differences among them. One is solid green, one has white variegation and one has yellow variegation. Two of them will be just a few inches tall by about one foot wide in ten years. The third one should make a noticeable contribution to the garden as it will be about 2 feet x 2 feet in ten years.
My first Chamaecyparis shrubs came from the original Herronswood nursery and are still going strong. I expect these to do the same. I've noticed that the bunnies do not generally seem to like this plant so I don't think I will need to cage them this winter which would be a pleasant change. I'm hoping I can still get a nice big Yew to add to the border of Boxwood and Yew balls that we've been working on for a number of years. One of my efforts to reduce maintenance in the garden is to add more shrubs that need little attention.