Cupressus


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cupressus

(kjʊˈprɛsəs)
n
(Plants) any tree of the genus Cupressus. See cypress1
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Noun1.cupressus - type genus of CupressaceaeCupressus - type genus of Cupressaceae    
gymnosperm genus - a genus of gymnosperms
Cupressaceae, cypress family, family Cupressaceae - cypresses and junipers and many cedars
cypress tree, cypress - any of numerous evergreen conifers of the genus Cupressus of north temperate regions having dark scalelike leaves and rounded cones
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Cupressus Sempervirens Totem, also known lovingly as the Italian Cypress, is an attractive evergreen that produces an easy to manage column effect.
California's cypress species--in the Cupressus genus, as opposed to the Taxodium species found in the southeastern United States--are basically the pandas of the botany world: they only reproduce under rare, specific circumstances.
These EOs included those obtained from the species Achyrocline satureioides (popularly known as "macela"), Aniba parviflora ("macacaporanga"), Aniba rosaeodora ("pau-rosa"), Anthemis nobilis ("Roman chamomile"), Conobea scoparioides ("pataqueira"), Cupressus sempervirens ("Italian cypress"), Ulicium verum ("star anise"), Lippia origanoides ("alecrim-d'Angola"), and Melaleuca alternifolia ("tea tree") (WESELER et al., 2005; GONZALEZ & MARIOLI, 2010; ROSATO et al., 2010; MONCAYO, 2012; AL-SNAFI, 2016; SILVA et al., 2016; IBRAHIM et al., 2017; NIKOLIC et al., 2017; PERERA et al., 2017).
The most commonly studied trees were 8 reports on White or European Ash (Fraxinus Americana and excelsior); 5 reports on Sycamore (Platanus orientalis); 4 reports on Birch (Betula betulaceae), Oak (Quercus robur), and Pinus (Pinus pinaceae); 3 reports on Elam (Ulmus ulmaceae) and Olive (Oleaceae); 2 reports on Maple (Acer pseudoplatanus), Willow (Salicaceae), Mesquite (Prosopis julifera), Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus), and Hazel (Alnus serrulata); and 1 report on Weeping willow (Salix babylonica), Beach (Fagaceae), and Cedar (Cupressus sempervirens).
Other great plants which will thrive in long hot summers include lavender, while for architectural value consider Cupressus sempervirens (Pencil Cypress) one of the archetypal Mediterranean trees, which grows to produce a tall slender green pillar of evergreen interest, perfect for that Med look.
l sh for posi Rock rose formm Other great plants which will thrive in long hot summers include lavender, while for architectural value consider Cupressus sempervirens (Pencil Cypress) one of the archetypal Mediterranean trees, which grows to produce a tall slender green pillar of evergreen interest, perfect for that Med look.
Rock rose Other great plants which will thrive in long hot summers include lavender, while for architectural value consider Cupressus sempervirens (Pencil Cypress) one of the archetypal Mediterranean trees, which grows to produce a tall slender green pillar of evergreen interest, perfect for that Med look.
Cornaceae Kizilcik, Puren Cupressus Cupressaceae Selvi, Servi, sempervirens L.
Through no fault of our own, our current garden is like that, as we inherited a huge Cupressus hedge almost all the way around our orchard, trapping the cold winter air and baking the plants in summer.
The Cypress of Abarkuh is a cupressus sempervirens tree in Abarkuh in Iran's central province of Yazd.