We saw these trees on our trip to California. I just love them. They are much more interesting to me than the typical evergreen "screen" trees you see around here! But what are they?
Laurel from Port Orchard, WA
I believe they are Cyprus trees.
I think they are known as juniper trees.
Those are columnar junipers.
These are commonly known as Italian Cypress trees. Here's a link to more photos and info http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/53329/
This looks like Italian cypress. Height 30-40 ft. An unusually narrow and columnar tree with dense dark green foliage. Very formal profilt. Plants with multiple leaders make interesting irregular specimens. Zone 8
Those are Italian Cypress trees.
They are pencil pines - I do not know their botanical name - they are very common in Australia
They are Italian Cypress. We had them in our yard when we lived in California.
Cypress is the type, and Sky Pencil is the variety.
Funny now that I think of it I have never seen these in Missouri but tons out in San Diego! :)
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