Italian cypress


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Synonyms for Italian cypress

tall Eurasian cypress with thin grey bark and ascending branches

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The piano's body is made of European poplar and the soundboard of Italian cypress.
Good plants for a modern design include bamboos, feature foliage (grasses), Italian cypress and various palms.
In a courtyard left of the entry, Lamont blended Mediterranean classics such as Italian cypress and olive trees with California natives such as ceanothus.
Then on a Friday night a couple of years later a stately row of Italian Cypress trees that formed a giant green wall behind out house caught fire.
Lucas says the stand of podocarpus along a side property line will be uniformly box cut as soon as the shrubs grow to the right height; Italian cypress trees, tall and slim, function as green sculpture at the front of the castle.
Because it is a formal garden, any trees should be neatly positioned and a group of the slender Italian cypress (Cupressus sempervirens Pyramidalis) would look brilliant.
In college, staring out past the spires of Italian cypress, wind bending the invisible blue beyond the second story classroom windows, the thick glass sinking, soaked with old light, the Presocratics were proclaiming the single source to everything.
People seem to love or hate this plant, much the way they love or hate Italian cypress, that tall and skinny conifer.
We've gone through a tremendous amount of work,'' said Greg Morris, the brother in charge of getting Sigma Chi into compliance with its permit, which has included building a nine-foot-tall fence around the entire house -- at a cost of $9,000 -- and planting 30 Italian cypress trees three feet apart to create a visual wall above the fence.
It looks like a miniature Italian cypress," says landscape designer Christine Mulligan of Long Beach, California.
What drives me crazy - besides agapanthus in residential gardens and Italian cypress at a '50s ranch-style tract home - is trailing gazania as a ground cover,'' says Fullerton.
Alternative hedge trees would include the Italian cypress (Cupressus sempervirens) and the California incense cedar (Calocedrus decurrens).
But euonymus, Italian cypress, myrtle, natal plum, oleander, pittosporum, viburnum, and many other common Western shrubs can play the same roles.
A: The most suitable tree for creating the screen you desire would be Italian cypress.
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