In the Cupressaceae, four genera, Chamaecyparis
, Cunninghamia, Juniperus and Taxodium, are represented in southeast Alabama.
The Pinus mugo 'Humpy' is half this height while from among the dwarf Chamaecyparis
there is 'Sungold', up to two feet with bright, golden feathery foliage.
Three wood species (Cryptomeria japonica, Chamaecyparis
obtusa, and Larix kaempferi) commonly used in the construction of Japanese buildings and that constitute 70 percent of domestic logging were used in this study.
Great choices: Picea albertiana Conica, Chamaecyparis
lawsoniana Yvonne or Thymus occidentalis Yellow Ribbon.
(7) D1 species are naturally durable species including hinoki, hiba (Thujopsis dolabrata), sugi, Japanese larch, Port Orford cedar (Chamaecyparis
lawsoniana), Western red-cedar (Thuja plicata), Alaska yellow-cedar (Cupressus nootkatensis), Douglas-fir, and Dafurian larch (Larix gmelinii).
These compounds, and particularly the [alpha],[beta] andl--thujaplicin, have often been isolated from a number of genera of the Cupressaceae (eg Cupressus, Chamaecyparis
, Juniperus, Thuja,), help make the timber extremely resistant to biodegradation and have been shown to inhibit wood-destroying fungi and insects.
ALTHOUGH it makes a neat conical shape, Chamaecyparis
Ellwoods Gold can be clipped to form topiary balls.
lawsoniana Snow White makes a neat compact addition to autumn and winter containers.
Menzies collected rosa nutkana and rubus nutkanus as well as chamaecyparis
One is a Chamaecyparis
lawsoniana `Treasure' which I have had in a container with plants around the base for three or four years.
The oldest television garden with its prominent lawn looks far less adventurous that its successors and could do with getting rid of a rather ugly chamaecyparis
lawsoniana with the Christmas tree look spoiling part of the backdrop.
Red-colored heartwood in hinoki (Chamaecyparis
obtusa) has been associated with resistance to R.