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Yoshino Japanese Cryptomeria - Cryptomeria japonica 'Yoshino' - Evergreen Screening Tree
Yoshino Japanese Cryptomeria - Cryptomeria japonica 'Yoshino' - Japanese Cryptomeria or Japanese Cedar is a large evergreen Screening Tree that gives a distinctive different feel to your landscape.
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Plant ID:  Japanese Cedar (Cryptomeria japonica)
Genus: Cryptomeria Species: japonica Family: TAXODIACEAE Common name: Japanese Cedar Plant type: Evergreen Origin: Japan and China Habit/form: A great well respected large coniferous tree, generally 15-30m x 6-12m, can reach over 50m, noble and engulfing, can become massive, has radiating branches lateral/horizontal, generally right angles, randomly whorled, stretching out to significant length, combining some twisting, upright growth, and drooping growth with lots of foliage clumps and clusters, dense tufts, usually thickest at the outer, lots of twigs swept around as well, can still see the trunk, usually an irregular conical crown, but conical crown shape still noticeable, can develop a rounded form, old specimens can be towering with massive branch stretches, as if it is a forest within itself. Older specimens can develop a buttressed trunk as well as multiple leaders, but usually a single leader, fibrous reddish-brown and grey-brown colour, vertical ridges and furrowing, can have some peeling or dislodged/flaked strips of bark. Has high quality timber. Also quite picturesque as it commands an area for its development, such as ornamental, parks, gardens, avenue/street planting. The Cryptomeria genus have been used as commemorative trees and are proud conifers frequently planted around temples and shrines, C. japonica native to the hills and lower mountains of Japan, also found in China, perhaps once populating the Szechwan-Sichuan border, but may have been cultivated and/or naturalized in China. There are numerous cultivated varieties. C. japonica is not actually a Cedar. It is a beloved tree in Japan and considered by many to be a national tree. You will find some classification supporting C. japonica in the CUPRESSACEAE family. In Australia it does best in the south-east, deep moist soils, full sun to semi-shade, and tolerates short droughts. Enjoys warm moist conditions but can tolerate some frost, can be a fast grower, long lived. Leaves: Awl shaped, spirally arranged, decurrent bases, dark green, fairly stiff but not prickly, adult leaves 10-15mm long, can be incurved, like curved needles. Buds are usually very small. Fruit: Monoecious, persistent for several years, cones are round, female globose, 20mm wide, with wedge-shaped woody scales, each scale has a small rough/rigid hook on the surface/upper edge, starting green and ripening to red-brown within one year.
Cryptomeria japonica
Often called the Japanese cedar, this beautiful tree can reach up to 65-70 m and looks similar to sequoia. If you want to see some beautiful specimens visit Togakushi Shrine. Our channel offers more interesting stuff, too: http://www.youtube.com/user/dzikieswinie
Japanese Cedar -  Cryptomeria japonica 'Rasen'     American Conifer Society
Cryptomeria japonica 'Rasen' is a Japanese Cedar which is a loose contorted plant. Both the branches and needles will curl. Grows 6 to 12 inches per year. Hardy to zone 5. http://www.conifersociety.org
Large Cryptomeria Yoshino Trees That are 10 ft tall
http://www.digatree.com/Location.html call us at 215 651 8329 Highland Hill Farm Cryptomeria japonica 'Yoshino' 'Yoshino' Japanese-Cedar hort.ufl.edu/database/documents/pdf/tree_fact_sheets/cryjapc.pdf File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - Quick View Cryptomeria japonica 'Yoshino'. Figure 1. Middle-aged 'Yoshino' Japanese-Cedar. 'Yoshino' Japanese-Cedar. 1. Edward F. Gilman and Dennis G. Watson2 ... Yoshino Cryptomeria - Trees www.gardenality.com/Plants/265/Trees/Yoshino-Cryptomeria.html Yoshino Cryptomeria Overview. · 3147 views. Below are common attributes associated to Yoshino Cryptomeria. Plant Type: Tree. Temp / Zone: Zone 6A · -10° to ... Yoshino Cryptomeria www.evergreenplantnursery.com/Yoshino-Cryptomeria.../cryyos1.ht... Yoshino Cryptomeria is a fast growing cryptomeria with a nice tall, pyramidal growth habit. Dark forest green foliage will become slightly bronzed in the winter. Living Fences Evergreen Privacy Screens Living Fence Options www.living-fences.com/living_fence_options.asp 10+ items -- These are #1 grade evergreens. Remember "If we wouldn't ... Leyland Cypress Mature Height: 50' + Growth Rate: Fast Cryptomeria Yoshino Japanese Cedar (Cryptomeria Japonica)
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Cedro del Japón o Criptomeria: Cryptomeria japonica (www.riomoros.com)
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Japanische Sicheltanne (Cryptomeria japonica)
Die hier gezeigte Japanische Sicheltanne (Cryptomeria japonica) steht auf der Herrenwiese des Staatsparks Fürstenlager (Bensheim/Auerbach). Sie wurde - wie auch anderes exotisches Gehölz - kurz nach 1865 gepflanzt. Initiator der Anpflanzung.war wahrscheinlich der damalige Hofgärtner Schnittspahn.
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春の杉(スギ) Cryptomeria japonica (Healing video)
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Chuva (Rain) no CIPRESTE - LEYLAND CYPRESS / "The Rain" (Música)
Chuva no CIPRESTE (Leyland Cypress - Cupressaceae)... Rain drops Cypress... Som / Sound - "The Rain" - Silent Partner
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Patrick Mioulane présente la collection de bonsaïs de Nicole, ainsi que la panoplie d'outils nécessaires à leur entretien. Il nettoie soigneusement les ciseaux et les pinces, puis il effectue une taille d'entretien d'un Pinus parviflora (Pinus pentaphylla) âgé de 65 ans.
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Blue Foliage... Atlas Cedar Trees
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Nueva reforma de este Yamadory de taxodium distichum que hace años recupere del jardín de mi amigo Agustin.
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