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Plants Matching needled or scaled evergreen

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Image of Cupressus arizonica var. glabra

James Burghardt

(Arizona Cypress, Limelight Arizona Cypress)

The golden leaves and slender habit of 'Limelight' set it apart from other Arizona cypress cultivars. It originated as a chance seedling at Coachwood Nurseries in New South Wales, Australia. The parent species is native to the southwestern United States.

This small, narrowly columnar tree has dense, feathery, gold-green foliage that resists sun- and wind-scorch. The undersides of the tiny, scale-like leaves are covered in white resin glands. Small, prickled, round cones add seasonal interest....

Image of Cupressus arizonica var. glabra

James Burghardt

(Arizona Cypress, Raywood's Weeping Arizona Cypress)

Raywood's Weeping Arizona cypress is a narrow, upright evergreen conifer tree with branches of pale silver to steel blue foliage. The short branch tips gracefully weep. Native to the southwestern United States, the undersides of the scaley leaves are covered in white resin glands. Small, prickled, round cones add seasonal interest as does the smooth reddish bark before it becomes mundane gray.

A sunny, dry location is needed to grow Arizona cypress with soils that are well-drained. Amend clay soils...

Image of Cupressus arizonica var. glabra

James Burghardt

(Arizona Cypress, Sapphire Arizona Cypress)

Prickly needle scales that are gray-green but often with hints of powdery blue-silver hues sets Arizona cypress cultivar 'Sapphire Skies' apart from others. This cultivar attains a fine-textured, upright conical silhouette that is naturally well-suited for use as a cut Christmas tree or holiday boughs. The undersides of Arizona cypress' tiny, scale-like leaves are covered in white resin glands. Small, prickled, round cones add seasonal interest. The bark is smooth and reddish. The parent species...

Image of Cupressus arizonica var. glabra

James Burghardt

(Arizona Cypress, Silver Smoke Arizona Cypress)

The gray-green, silver-frosted foliage and relatively open habit of 'Silver Smoke' set it apart from other Arizona cypress cultivars. It was introduced by Duncan & Davies Nurseries of New Zealand.

This small, broadly conical tree has relatively sparse, fine-textured, silvery foliage, giving it a somewhat informal appearance. The undersides of the tiny, scale-like leaves are covered in white resin glands. Small, prickled, round cones add seasonal interest. The handsome, smooth, orange-red bark...

(Arizona Cypress, Smooth Arizona Cypress)

A selection of Arizona cypress, ‘Taylor's Silver’ is an upright, evergreen conifer with lovely silvery-blue foliage. The undersides of the scale-like leaves are covered in white resin glands. Small, prickled, round female cones add seasonal interest. The bark is smooth and reddish. With age, this tree's narrow form may become more pyramid-like with a slightly widened base. The parent species is native to the southwestern United States.

Give ‘Taylor’s Silver’ a sunny, dry location and well-drained...

Image of Cupressus cashmeriana photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Kashmir Cypress)

Also called Himalayan cypress, this fast-growing evergreen tree is native to Bhutan, Tibet, Nepal and adjoining parts of central Asia's high elevations. It boasts among the most beautiful foliage of all conifers. Its bronzy red-brown bark contrasts the blue-green needles beautifully as well. The tree matures into a rather tall, narrow pyramid.

Tiny scale-like needles weep downward from this tree's branches. Crush the needles to release a delicious aroma. Although the branches tend to grow upward,...

Image of Cupressus macrocarpa photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Cypress)

Picturesque, windswept specimens of this iconic native of California's Monterey Peninsula are often depicted in art and photography of the area. Narrow and conical when young, this evergreen conifer eventually forms a broad pyramidal tree. It has deep green scale like leaves, small cones and a very stout trunk.

A favorite in sunny gardens in its native range, this large tree fails in most other regions. Fast growing, sturdy, and quite wind resistant, it makes one of the best candidates for...

Image of Cupressus sempervirens photo by: TL

TL

(Italian Cypress)

Italian cypress is a narrow, columnar evergreen tree native to western Asia and southern Europe. Its dark green to blue-green soft-scaled needles are short and wispy, and help hide the small oval tan cones.

Grow Italian cypress in full sun in average to dry soil with good drainage. Although it grows in several warm temperate climates, it will be troublesome to maintain in regions with high humidity, copious summer rains or cool summer temperatures. Best used as a screen or feature plant lining...

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John Rickard

(Blue Italian Cypress, Italian Cypress)

Blue Italian cypress is a narrow, columnar evergreen tree native to western Asia and southern Europe. Its rich blue-green soft-scaled needles are short and wispy, and help hide the small oval tan cones.

Grow blue Italian cypress in full sun in average to dry soil with good drainage. Although it grows in several warm temperate climates, it will be troublesome to maintain in regions with high humidity, copious summer rains or cool summer temperatures. Best used as a screen or feature plant lining...

(Italian Cypress, Swane's Golden Italian Cypress)

Swane's Golden Italian cypress is a very narrow, columnar evergreen tree native to western Asia and southern Europe. Its soft-scaled needles are short and wispy and are golden yellow, and help hide the small oval cones. The look of the needled branches is somewhat billowy along the tall vertical shape of the tree.

Grow golden Italian cypress in full sun in average to dry soil with good drainage. Although it grows in several warm temperate climates, it will be troublesome to maintain in regions...