Cupressus sempervirens


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  • noun

Synonyms for Cupressus sempervirens

tall Eurasian cypress with thin grey bark and ascending branches

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Response of vegetative growth and some chemical constituents of Cupressus sempervirens L.
Recently, Pinus radiate, Cedrus deodara, Cupressus sempervirens, Cupressus lusitanica, and Terminalia catappa (almond) have been recognized as C.
Tree species recorded as testing positive for Cryptococcus gattii Location Species (common name) Native and exported tree ranges Argentina Acacia visco (arca), Cedrus Australia, Africa, Asia, deodara * (deodar cedar), Britain, Canada, Central Cupressus sempervirens * America, England, Europe, (Mediterranean cypress), Japan, South America, Eucalyptus microcorys United States (tallowwood), Tipuana tipu (rosewood), Ulmus campestris (English elm) Australia Angophora costata (smooth Australia, Africa, Asia, bark apple), E.
00 (propylene glycol (and) hamamelis Virginiana (witch hazel) extract (and) cupressus sempervirens leaf extract (and) ruscus aculeatus root extract (and) vitis vinifera (grape) leaf extract) Vegetol Pivoine ME 170H (Gattefosse) (propylene glycol (and) water (and) 0.
Next, the researchers took a close look at a set of 15-year-old saplings that horticulturalists had created by dusting the desert cypress pollen onto the female parts of a sister species, Cupressus sempervirens.
To the north was El-Outaya Station, which also had similar grasses to the other two sites but there were many trees, of which Casuarina torulosa, Cupressus sempervirens and Pinus halepensis were the most common (Table 1).
One of them, V-Tonic, (INCI name: Mentha AnvensisLeaf oil (and) Citrus Medica (Limonum) Peel Oil (and) Cupressus Sempervirens Oil (and) Lavundula Hybrida Oil (and) Cistus Landaniferus Oil.
AThere are several hardy trees that will grow happily in containers bearing in mind they will need good drainage and plenty of water through long dry spells in the summer months: Acer Palmatum var dissectum, Acer Palmatum 'Red Pygmy', Cupressus Macrocarpa 'Goldcrest', Cupressus Sempervirens Strida Group, Juniperus Scopulorum 'Blue Heaven', Laurus Nobilis (bay), Taxus Baccata 'Standishii'
This species name is also found in the case of the Italian cypress, the classic columnar evergreen tree that bears the Latin name Cupressus sempervirens, or evergreen cypress.
Tall, narrow columns of Cupressus sempervirens 'Fastigiata' counterbalance the strong horizontal lines in Italian landscaping, and they provide shelter from the mistral and sirocco, seasonal winds that plague the region.