• It includes only one species, Cryptomeria japonica (syn. (wikipedia.org)
  • Forms selected for ornament and timber production long ago in China have been described as a distinct variety Cryptomeria japonica var. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cryptomeria japonica was described from the Late Miocene of Georgia and from the Pliocene of Duab, Abkhazia. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cryptomeria japonica timber is extremely fragrant, weather and insect resistant, soft, and with a low density. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cryptomeria japonica “Elegans†- this has soft, feathery foliage which hangs in tiers eventually forming a large conical tree. (lothianlife.co.uk)
  • Cryptomeria japonica “Elegans Compacta†- as the name suggests, this is a more compact form of its relation above, although it will ultimately grow into a sizeable plant of 6-12 feet. (lothianlife.co.uk)
  • Cryptomeria japonica “Vilmoriniana†- this is ideal as a container plant due to its slower growth rate and pleasing, neat globe shape as well as fantastic winter colour. (lothianlife.co.uk)
  • With a maximum growth rate of just 10cm in 10 years it will certainly never get out of control and is closely related to Cryptomeria japonica “Compressa†which has a more vibrant bronze colour in winter. (lothianlife.co.uk)
  • Other varieties of Cryptomeria japonica have interesting foliage throughout the year rather than just in the autumn. (lothianlife.co.uk)
  • Cryptomeria japonica “Cristata†is a classic example with its striking and highly decorative foliage fusing together in a fan-shaped cockscomb which can look almost primordial in its appearance. (lothianlife.co.uk)
  • Cryptomeria japonica “Sekkan†has a stunning pale yellow foliage throughout the year, great for brightening up a dark corner of the garden. (lothianlife.co.uk)
  • Although not known for its autumn colour, Cryptomeria japonica “Rasen†is also worth a mention if you like collecting interesting plants. (lothianlife.co.uk)
  • Kryptoméria japonská "Globosa Nana" (Cryptomeria japonica) je vždyzelená ihličnatá drevina, ktorá sa vyznačuje veľmi pomalým rastom. (hurmikaki.com)
  • Terpenoids of the wood oil of sugi (Cryptomeria japonica) VIII. (epa.gov)
  • The ether-soluble fractions of acetone extracts obtained from heartwood of 6 sugi (Cryptomeria japonica D. Don) elite clones, grown in two different next-generation experimental forests were analyzed. (epa.gov)
  • We investigated intraspecific variation in growth and photosynthesis of Cryptomeria japonica D. Don, a major silviculture species in Japan, in response to elevated concentrations of O 3 (eO 3) and CO 2 (eCO 2), separately and in combination. (elsevierpure.com)
  • Known as Elegant Japanese Cedar or Plume Cedar, 'Elegans Aurea' cryptomeria is actually in the same family as cypresses. (thegardencorner.com)
  • Cryptomeria scale damages the tree through foliage discoloration and needle drop. (ncsu.edu)
  • From the Neogene, Cryptomeria is well represented as seed cones, leafy shoots and wood in the fossil records of Europe and Japan. (wikipedia.org)
  • With their red/brown bark and small cones, most of the larger Cryptomeria cultivars make ideal specimens, while the dwarf cultivars are ideal border or container plants. (lothianlife.co.uk)
  • Cryptomeria grows in forests on deep, well-drained soils subject to warm, moist conditions, and it is fast-growing under these conditions. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cryptomeria scale crawlers are pale yellow and oblong and look like elongate hemlock scale crawlers. (ncsu.edu)
  • sinensis (or even a distinct species, Cryptomeria fortunei), but they do not differ from the full range of variation found in the wild in Japan, and there is no definite evidence the species ever occurred wild in China. (wikipedia.org)
  • This is a common symptom with Cryptomeria This symptom is indistinguishable from the feeding of other species of scales. (ncsu.edu)
  • Cryptomeria scales have been also found on dwarf Alberta spruce in western NC as well as other species of fir. (ncsu.edu)
  • Cryptomeria scale incidence is typically spotty, and may even be limited to a few trees. (ncsu.edu)
  • Cryptomeria generally make good planting companions for heathers, grasses, late-flowering herbaceous plants (eg. (lothianlife.co.uk)
  • Cryptomeria is a very large evergreen tree, reaching up to 70 m (230 ft) tall and 4 m (13 ft) trunk diameter, with red-brown bark which peels in vertical strips. (wikipedia.org)
  • With such a variety of colours and forms, Cryptomeria shows that conifers can be exciting and vibrant and not just green! (lothianlife.co.uk)
  • Adult male Cryptomeria scales are a small, orange insects with long antennas and clear wings that fold over the top of their body. (ncsu.edu)
  • For something with a longer period of interest it is well worth considering some of the Cryptomeria (Japanese cedar) cultivars. (lothianlife.co.uk)
  • The majority of the Cryptomeria cultivars are Japanese in origin and are frequently used for bonsai. (lothianlife.co.uk)
  • Outside of its native range, Cryptomeria was also introduced to the Azores in the mid 19th century for wood production. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Chapel View™ Japanese Cedar (Cryptomeria) from First Editions Plants is a foliage texture champ for gardens of any size! (plantsbymail.com)
  • Plant the Chapel View Cryptomeria in moist, rich, acidic soil for best results. (plantsbymail.com)
  • Detail of a wreath featuring Elkhorn Cedar, Cryptomeria and Hinoki Cypress. (avantgardensne.com)
  • This Cryptomeria corridor near the Togakushi Shrine in Nagano Prefecture pulls tree-seeking crowds from Tokyo to walk through towering Japanese red-cedar, pay their respects to nature and ask for the protection of something in their lives. (patagonia.com)