Chamaecyparis lawsoniana

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Synonyms for Chamaecyparis lawsoniana

large timber tree of western North America with trunk diameter to 12 feet and height to 200 feet

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American Forests: To call the Lawson Cypress a "Port Orford Cedar" is both obnoxious and disturbing, especially coming from a magazine dedicated to American forests.
While oaks are the species most at risk, the disease can also affect the beech, douglas fir, sweet chestnut, sitka spruce and the lawson cypress.
Top left, Spanish actor Antonio Banderas looks out through the holes in his hood during a Holy Week procession in his home town of Malaga, Spain; left, a California Highway Patrol vehicle rests atop a Datsun pickup after the two collided near Bakersfield, California; top, Edward Heyes gives the kilometre-long Lawson Cypress of the aMazing Hedge Puzzle its annual trim at Symonds Yat near Ross-on-Wye in Monmouthshire
Mrs Watson says the row of Lawson Cypress trees, which were planted years before the Robinsons moved in, block out so much light she has to keep the lights on in two rooms all day.
STEFAN SAYS: The quickest-growing plants aren't always the most attractive but I suggest that you use a mixture of golden and green-foliaged varieties of Lawson cypress, perhaps with a couple of golden variegated hollies which will grow more slowly.