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  Cupressus sargentii Sarget Cypress
Cupressus sargentii Sarget Cypress tolerates clay and serpentine.
Cupressus sargentii Sarget Cypress's foliage color is silver and type is evergreen.
Cupressus sargentii Sarget Cypress's flower color is na.
www.laspilitas.com /plants/232.htm   (359 words)

  Cupressus Conservation Project
From Cupressus Goveniana the northern tree differs also in its rather stouter branchlets with deeper green never glaucous foliage, usually sessile often oblong cones with less prominent bosses on the scales which vary from six to ten in number, while the cones of Cupressus Goveniana are usually composed of six scales.
In a genus like Cupressus where individuals vary greatly within certain limits and good specific characters are so difficult to find, these peculiarities would hardly justify the separation of the northern tree from Cupressus Goveniana were it not for the character found in the seeds which make this the easiest of our species to recognize.
Cupressus pygmaea inhabits the high barren region on the coast of Mendocino county, extending from Ten Mile run on the north to the Navarro on the south and beginning about three quarters of a mile from the ocean, does not extend inland more than four miles.
www.cupressus.net /CUpygmaeaSargent.html   (303 words)

The Cupressus arizonica selections are the hardiest of this genus with macrocarpa producing the greatest variation of the genus.
Cupressus lusitanica 'Glauca Pendula' matures as a large tree with blue foliage and pendulous branches.
Cupressus nootkatensis 'Green Arrow' is an exceptionally narrow selection of weeping Alaskan cedar that was made at a forestry research station in British Columbia.
www.coenosium.com /Cupressus/cupressus.htm   (971 words)

 PLANTS Profile for Cupressus arizonica (Arizona cypress) | USDA PLANTS
PLANTS Profile for Cupressus arizonica (Arizona cypress)
Cupressus arizonica Greene occures in the following states: Arizona, California, New Mexico, Nevada, Puerto Rico, Texas, Utah
View 17 genera in Cupressaceae, 14 species in Cupressus or click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles.
plants.usda.gov /java/profile?symbol=CUAR   (248 words)

 Cupressus description
Perhaps surprisingly, the closest genetic relative of Cupressus is Juniperus, with Platycladus and Microbiota also close (Gadek and Quinn 1993, Brunsfeld et al.
Warm north temperate regions (Eckenwalder 1993): W USA, Mexico and adjoining Central America, NW Africa, Middle East and eastward along the Himalaya to SW and Central China and N Vietnam.
The Cupressus Conservation Project provides a wealth of information on old and new world Cupressus, including a taxonomic review, historical accounts, cone photographs, and various other pertinent information.
www.conifers.org /cu/cup   (1023 words)

Cupressus macrocarpa 'Aurea Saligna' - (Holds branches horizontal.) A very fast growing tree that needs to be given a lot of space when planting.
Cupressus macrocarpa 'Oteha' - A very narrow form of Cupressus macrocarpa found as a mutant sport on the parent tree.
Cupressus torulosa 'Dorlin' - Found in a Shelter Belt line grown from Seedlings on Macdonald's Farm, Carterton.
www.conifers.co.nz /cupressus/cupressus.html   (1591 words)

 PLANTS Profile for Cupressus nootkatensis (Alaska cedar) | USDA PLANTS
PLANTS Profile for Cupressus nootkatensis (Alaska cedar)
Click on a thumbnail to view an image, or see all the Cupressus thumbnails at the PLANTS Gallery
Cupressus nootkatensis D. Don occures in the following states: Alaska, California, Oregon, Washington
plants.usda.gov /java/profile?symbol=CUNO   (173 words)

 Nearctica - Native Conifers of North America - Gowen Cypress (Cupressus goveniana)
Nearctica - Native Conifers of North America - Gowen Cypress (Cupressus goveniana)
Color Photographs: © by and courtesy of Charles Webber, California Academy of Sciences
Note: A population of Gowen Cypress inhabiting the Santa Cruz Mountains of Santa Cruz and San Mateo Counties of California is considered by some botanists to be a separate species, Cupressus abramsiana.
www.nearctica.com /trees/conifer/cupress/Cgoven.htm   (295 words)

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