Monterey cypress


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Monterey cypress

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Among the trees that would be removed under the Fish and Wildlife Service plan would be 120-year-old Monterey cypress, a costal species with a fairly short life span that has started to die off or blow over.
The incense cedar was knocked out of the Top 10 by a Monterey cypress that beat out the former champ by a whopping 144 points.
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Like lights in a Monterey cypress, Christmas in Carmel casts a discreet but warming glow.
Not to be outdone, the Army by the mid-1890s had planted some 400,000 trees--mostly eucalyptus and Monterey cypress and pine--in its reserve.
Introduced species like eucalyptus, gorse, and Monterey cypress also thrive.
The paved path brings you through a grove of Monterey cypress and along the bluff to the compound, which is a reconstruction of the original Russian fort.
Artist Francis McComas' appraisal of this rocky peninsula as "the greatest meeting of land and water Monterey cypress and abundant marine life, Point Lobos is also a must for students of nature.
Show features Monterey cypress, Monterey pine, and California oaks.
Planted at roughly the same time, many of the Monterey cypress, pine eucalyptus, acacias, and tea trees have all been growing old together.

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