Port Orford Cypress

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Port Orford Cypress

 

(Chamaecyparis lawsoniana), also known as Lawson’s cedar, a coniferous tree of the family Cupressaceae. It is native to the mountains of northern California and southwestern Oregon. Its wood is used in general construction work, in the manufacture of matchsticks, and in the production of hydraulic-engineering structures. In the USSR the Port Orford cypress is cultivated in the south as an ornamental.

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Great choices: Chamaecyparis pisifera Sunset, Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Minima Glauca, Thuja occidentalis Danice.
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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.
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But you would never guess from looking at Welsh gardens that this family of plants offers such a wide diversity of colour, shape and form, probably because one species alone, Chamaecyparis lawsoniana, on account of the ease with which it is propagated by nurserymen, has become the backbone of most gardens.
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nutans, 1999 [+] 243 115 54 372 POPLAR Balsam, Populus balsamifera, 1991 165 128 57 307 White, Populus alba, 1992 [delta] 263 93 86 378 PORT-ORFORD-CEDAR Chamaecyparis lawsoniana, 1968 451 219 39 680 PORTIATREE Thespesia populnea, 1968 [delta] 108 42 69 167 POSSUMHAW Ilex decidua, 1995 36 42 52 91 POSSUMHAW Ilex decidua, 1993 39 47 31 94 PRICKLY-ASH Common, Zonthoxylum americanum, 1994 15 28 38 53 Line, Zanthoxylum fagara, 1993 21 26 38 57 PRINCEWOOD Exostema caribaeum, 1998 [+] 22 33 19 60 PRIVET California, Ligustrum ovalifolium, 1994 [delta] 64 23 31 95 POISONTREE Florido, Metopium taxiferum, 1993 Lignuumoitne Key State Batanical Site, Fla.