Cupressus sempervirens

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Synonyms for Cupressus sempervirens

tall Eurasian cypress with thin grey bark and ascending branches

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The winners from each race took part in a final which saw Laurence Doughty of Cyprus Tree Services crowned the winner.
The views from our villa's balcony were of the quintessential Tuscan countryside - rolling hills interrupted by clumps of funereal-like cyprus trees and vineyards groaning with their heavy red grapes.
Its mountains reach to around 1,000 metres, with deep ravines, fertile plains and steeply terraced olive groves interspersed with pine and tall, dark green cyprus trees.
The boys could make use of the site's own tennis court, play on swings or kick a football around open grass areas, while we parents could read or simply sit and reflect in one of the many tranquil spots amongst the Cyprus trees.
Father-of-two David Lillie, 50, was ordered by councillors to trim his row of Leyland Cyprus trees on the edge of his home in Beal Bank, Warkworth.
Gregg Nestor's house in Lake View Terrace, with its Cyprus trees, azaleas and intricately designed pond, fountains and walkways, is one such home.
Mr Hood planted individual redwood, eucalyptus and Monterey Cyprus trees near the museum to remind people of their wondrous park.
The current owner of this Preston Hollow property has spent several hundred thousand dollars creating a resort-like haven out of the rear grounds alone: five sitting areas; a swimming pool and spa; a free-standing cabana with brick walls, a stone fireplace and a flat-screen TV; a verandah with an outdoor grill; a row of 30-foot, rare Cyprus trees and multiple fountains.
Sweeping lawns are interspersed with landscaped areas including a stepped rose pergola plus an Italian inspired white garden, having trimmed box hedging, hanging climber plants between brick pillars and impressive cyprus trees.
Palazzo Mannaioni is located in one of the most scenic and beautiful parts of Tuscany, replete with Cyprus trees, rolling vineyards and red poppy fields.