Italian cypress


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Noun1.Italian cypress - tall Eurasian cypress with thin grey bark and ascending branchesItalian cypress - tall Eurasian cypress with thin grey bark and ascending branches
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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Here, the owner of Los Angeles' Rolling Greens home and garden shops marries Mediterranean greenery (echium, Italian cypress, and olive trees) with wild wisteria and colorful natives that sweeten the deal for bees.
Twinkling Italian cypress trees welcomed guests to the ceremony that featured a lush wall of fragrant blooms behind the altar.
6 Cupressus sempervirens Pyramidalis is a tall, pencil-shaped Italian cypress. It is a beautiful plant, evocative of Italianate and Mediterranean gardens.
Italian cypress trees near Siena, in Italy's Tuscany region, show symptoms of cypress canker disease.
Along the curves, plant Italian cypress or bay trees, which are hardy in this country, as they will partially block the view of the whole garden.
To create the formal Italian look instantly in a small garden, plant a perfectly matched pair of Italian cypress, Cupressus sempervirens Pyramidalis, at the gateway of a parterre or interlocking series of low hedges made from clipped box and in-filled with coloured gravel.
Instead of concrete, a long swath of grass, flanked with Italian cypress trees and Medjool palms, separates the pool from a gazebo at the eastern end.
The scents are: Italian Cypress Pear, a lovely blend of Precoce Morettini pear, Athene freesia and sweet butterfly violets, as well as notes of cedarwood and cypress (cypress freshens the air) for a woodsy counterpoint; Cognac Vanilla Limon, with hints of barrel-aged brandy, butterscotch, vanilla and a "tropical twist of lime;" and Seville Orange Amber, an intoxicating blend of sun-drenched citrus along with clove, cardamom and vanilla.
I then contrasted these low-flowering plants with some tall pencil-shaped Italian cypress trees."
Constructed from European poplar and Italian cypress, the Cristofori copy has a four-octave range.
The trees used--five different types in all--include Italian alder, Chinese fringe tree, Chitalpa, Italian cypress and Grecian laurel.

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