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Synonyms for Cryptomeria

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Does the brown-marmorated stink bug, Hatyomorpha halys (Stal) (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) reproduce by feeding on the cones of Japanese cedar, Cryptomeria japonica D.
Great choices: Picea abies Little Gem, Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Gnome, Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Minima Aurea, Cryptomeria japonica Vilmoriniana, Picea abies Nidiformis.
Renowned for his Wink Chair, Kick Table, and the recent Dodo Recliner, Osaka-born Toshiyuki Kita's "Natura e Tecnologia" exhibit introduced his latest line of eco-friendly objects made with traditional Japanese woods, like Cryptomeria japonica and Paulownia shade trees, beautiful woodland species now threatened by ongoing development.
There are one or two plants that show this feature as a permanent part of their growing habit, including Cryptomeria japonica 'Cristata', Salix udensis 'Sekka' and Celosia argentea cristata.
Essential oils of leaf and bark of Cryptomeria japonica demonstrated high larvicidal activity against Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) larvae (4).
Those who have yet to pass through the grand allee of towering Cryptomeria that leads to the gardens, which are filled with sculptures and a broad selection of species and cultivars perfect for this climate, may visit from 2-5 p.
Cryptomeria japonica vilmoriniana forms a slow growing mound of tightly packed curly leaves that are bright green when the plant starts into growth, but at this time of the year turn to a reddish purple ball.
Around it is a simple planting of dwarf cryptomeria, ferns, grasses, and laceleaf maples.
I suspect that is not the image that inspired the common name for Cryptomeria japonica 'Spiralis,' a richly textured Japanese cedar with curly rings reminiscent of what (someone's) granny used to wear.
Cryptomeria japonica `Tansu': This attractive dwarf slowly forms a broad pyramid of mid-green, its ropelike branchlets clothed with needles that twist spirally around the stem.
There are five acres of lawns, flower and shrubbery borders, and the hundreds of trees include weeping willow, tulip trees, ornamental pear, old apple trees, copper beech, yew, cedar, cryptomeria, and walnut.
A IT was probably the Cryptomeria - Japanese Cedar - whose foliage turns a reddy purple in the winter.
You are entering Darjeeling tea country with its picturesque stations flanked by tea gardens, the robust bushes clinging to the steep slopes as the mists roll up and down the mountains, curling through Cryptomeria forests.
During late spring, the top of thehill in Cryptomeria Valley is laced with the pink and white blooms of more than 80 kinds of dogwood.
Cryptomeria japonica, a coniferous species in Taxodiaceae and a major cause of pollinosis in Japan, produces orbicules (e.