... poles are also often used to make fence posts and rails. The wood of Thuja plicata is commonly used for guitar sound ... Thuja is also known in the Miocene beds of the Dakotas. The five extant species are: Species formerly placed in Thuja include: ... Thuja is a monophyletic genus that sits within the order Pinales in the Cupressaceae. Thuja is in the Cupressoid clade and is ... 2018). "Thuja". The Gymnosperm Database. Fu, Liguo; Yu, Yong-fu; Adams, Robert P.; Farjon, Aljos. "Thuja". Flora of China. Vol ...
Wikimedia Commons has media related to Thuja koraiensis. Thuja koraiensis, also called Korean arborvitae, is a species of Thuja ... Kim, Y.-S.; Chang, C.-S.; Lee, H.; Gardner, M. (2011). "Thuja koraiensis". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2011: e. ... Thuja, Trees of Korea, Trees of China, Vulnerable flora of Asia, Taxa named by Takenoshin Nakai, Taxonomy articles created by ...
Media related to Thuja plicata at Wikimedia Commons "Thuja plicata". Plants for a Future. "Thuja plicata". Calflora. Berkeley, ... Thuja plicata is one of two Thuja species native to North America, the other being T. occidentalis. Nuclear genome analysis ... 2018). "Thuja plicata". The Gymnosperm Database. Farjon 2005. Earle, Christopher J., ed. (2018). "Thuja". The Gymnosperm ... Thuja plicata is a large to very large tree, ranging up to 45 to 70 metres (150 to 230 ft) tall and 2.4 to 7 m (8 to 23 ft) in ...
... , the Sichuan thuja, is a species of Thuja, an evergreen coniferous tree in the cypress family Cupressaceae ... "Thuja sutchuenensis". Flora of China. Vol. 4. Retrieved 2 May 2013 - via eFloras.org, Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, MO ... Yang, Y.; Li, N.; Christian, T. & Luscombe, D (2013). "Thuja sutchuenensis". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. ... Xiang, Qiaoping; Fajon, Alan; Li, Zhenyu; Fu, Likuo; Liu, Zhengyu (2002). "Thuja sutchuenensis: A rediscovered species of the ...
... (Japanese thuja; Japanese: nezuko, kurobe) is a species of thuja, an evergreen coniferous tree in the cypress ... Gymnosperm Database - Thuja standishii (Articles with short description, Short description is different from Wikidata, IUCN Red ... Carter, G.; Farjon, A. (2013). "Thuja standishii". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2013: e.T42264A2968225. doi:10.2305/ ... Thuja, Endemic flora of Japan, Trees of Japan, Five sacred trees of Kiso, Least concern plants, Least concern biota of Asia). ...
"RHS Plant Selector - Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd'". RHS. Retrieved 5 March 2021. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Thuja ... "Thuja occidentalis". Plants for a Future. University of Michigan at Dearborn: Native American Ethnobotany of Thuja occidentalis ... "Thuja occidentalis 'Golden Tuffet'". RHS. Retrieved 5 March 2021. "RHS Plant Selector - Thuja occidentalis 'Holmstrup'". RHS. ... 2018). "Thuja occidentalis". The Gymnosperm Database. Thuja, American Cancer Society, last revised 6/19/2007. available online ...
Teil 2 der Thuja-Trilogie). Band 1 Erste Reise, 1980. Band 2 Zweite Reise, 1983. Blick aus dem Paradies. Thuja. Zwei Spiele ... Thuja. Roman. Luchterhand Literaturverlag, Hamburg Zürich 1991. (Teil 3 der Thuja-Trilogie). Sturm und Stille. Gedichte. ... There he married Rosemarie Leitner and began work on the "Thuja Trilogy", a romance cycle that would keep him busy until the ... Teil 1 der Thuja-Trilogie). Band 1, 1977. Band 2, 1977. Orchidee. Gedichte. Luchterhand Literaturverlag, Darmstadt Neuwied 1979 ...
"How to Prune and Shape Thuja Green Giants". Thuja Supply. Retrieved 2023-03-25. (CS1 Turkish-language sources (tr), Articles ... Thuja plicata), oriental cedar (Thuja orientalis), (Lebanon cedar (Cedrus libani) and Greek juniper (Juniperus excelsa). Shrubs ...
It is generally believed to have been Thuja occidentalis, a common tree in Quebec. However, historian Jacques Mathieu has ... Johnston, William F. (1990). "Thuja occidentalis". In Burns, Russell M.; Honkala, Barbara H. (eds.). Conifers. Silvics of North ...
The large conifer species would be western red cedar Thuja plicata and western hemlock Tsuga heterophylla. These three steps ... "Thuja plicata". In Burns, Russell M.; Honkala, Barbara H. (eds.). Conifers. Silvics of North America. Washington, D.C.: United ...
In older texts, Platycladus was often included in Thuja, which is reflected in one of its common names, "oriental thuja". But ... also known as Chinese thuja, Oriental arborvitae, Chinese arborvitae, biota or Oriental thuja. It is native to northeastern ... "Thuja orientalis". Plants for a Future. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Platycladus orientalis. (Articles containing ... Kremer BP, Trees, Editorial Blume, Barcelona, 1986, Thuja orientalis L., p. 78 πλατύς, κλάδος. Liddell, Henry George; Scott, ...
"Thuja Green Giant vs Leland Cypress". Thuja Supply. Retrieved 2023-03-24. "Loading..." www.talotori.net. Wikimedia Commons has ... In North America shakes are typically made from California redwood (Sequoia sempervirens), western red cedar (Thuja plicata), ...
Myrsinaceae), Thuja sp. (Cupressaceae), Fuchsia sp. (Onagraceae), Saccharum sp. (Poaceae) and Quercus suber (Fagaceae). ...
"Thuja Genus (arborvitae)". American Conifer Society. several species are widely known as cedar but, because they are not true ... "False Cedars (Calocedrus, Thuja, Chamaecyparis)". Oregon State University. Meiggs, R. 1982. Trees and Timber in the Ancient ... Thuja, and Chamaecyparis in the Pacific Northwest having similarly aromatic wood are referred to as "false cedars" . Both the ... such as the North American Thuja plicata, commonly called "western red cedar", and Juniperus virginiana, commonly called "red ...
Thuja, 4 species. Antonio Lussich Lussich Arboretum history (Spanish) Archived 2007-12-24 at the Wayback Machine Species in the ...
Callitris quadrivalvis, Thuja articulata). The name is derived from the Greek word thuon, "fragrant wood," or possibly thuein ...
Thuja standishii (the Japanese thuja) Thujopsis (the hiba or asunaro) Found in the forests of the Kiso Valley, the trees have ... The Japanese thuja was added to this protected group in 1718. This protection did not prevent the forests from being ruined. ... The Japanese thuja continues to serve as an important timber tree in the country. Sacred tree Shinboku Mertz, Mechtild ( ... "Thuja standishii / Japanese arborvitae". American Conifer Society. Retrieved 29 April 2023. "The Kiso Forest". Nakasendo Way. ...
Smith occasionally appeared live with Mirza and Thuja, but he remains an elusive solo performer. steven r. smith log the man ... the improvisational group Thuja; Hala Strana, a project which focuses on the traditional music of Eastern Europe; and most ... thuja the deer lay down their bones - CD (tumult, 2000) ghost plants - CD (emperor jones, 2002) museum #1 - 3"CDr (jewelled ... "CD (jewelled antler, 2003) pine cone temples - 2xCD (strange attractors, 2005) thuja - LP (Important, 2008) mirza mirza - 12" ...
Host: Thuja Lophodermium typhinum. Host: Typha Lophodermium uncinatum. Host: Abies Lumbsch, T. H., & Huhndorf, S. M. (December ...
"Western Redcedars (Thuja plicata) worldwide". Monumental Trees. Retrieved May 28, 2023. Woodwick, Gene. "The demise of the ... "Western Redcedar - WA Thuja plicata". Western Redcedar - WA - American Forests. American Forests. Retrieved May 28, 2023. ...
accepted as Amphiglossa thuja (Merxm.) Koekemoer Genus Pulicaria: Pulicaria scabra (Thunb.) Druce, indigenous Genus Relhania: ... present Pterothrix tecta Brusse, accepted as Amphiglossa tecta (Brusse) Koekemoer, present Pterothrix thuja Merxm. ...
Golden Thuja (Thuja plicata var. zebrina). Pinetum. The following trees are also of note: Cedar of Lebanon (Cedrus libani). Two ...
Along with cedars (Thuja spp.), chestnut (Castanea spp.), and black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) black walnut is one of the ...
"Thuja orientalis"[permanent dead link]. MaltaWildPlants.com. Retrieved 2022-01-04. Mifsud, Stephen. "Thymbra capitata". ...
"False Cedars (Calocedrus, Thuja, Chamaecyparis)". Oregon State University. (Articles with short description, Short description ... Thuja, and Chamaecyparis in the Pacific Northwest of North America, are referred to as "false cedars". Plants called "cedar" ... Thuja occidentalis, native to eastern North America. Calocedrus, the incense cedars, a genus native to western North America, ... Thuja plicata, a cypress of the Pacific northwest Yellow cedar, Cupressus nootkatensis, also called Alaska cedar Spanish cedar ...
Thuja plicata). The oldest known European Yew may be the Llangernyw Yew in the Churchyard of Llangernyw village in North Wales ... ". "Tasmanias giant trees". Earle, Christopher J. "Thuja plicata". Gymnosperm Database. Van Pelt, Robert (2001). Forest Giants ...
The larvae feed on Thuja occidentalis. They have a green body, a dark brown head and a central brown patch on the prothoracic ...
Thuja grow in the deep valleys. Dwarf pines and yews grow on low and high slopes. Juniper, hawthorn, and Manchurian fir can be ...
The larvae feed on Thuja plicata. The larvae are various shades of green with a brown head. Yu, Dicky Sick Ki. "Eupithecia ...
Chamaecyparis and/or Thuja spp.), redwood (Sequoia sp.), and rare Ginkgo and sassafras (Sassafras hesperia) leaves. A ...