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  • Cupressus Arizonica


    Cupressus Arizonica is an evergreen coniferous tree adapted to dry environments that reproduce by seed. Cupressus arizonica is reported as invasive in Haleakala National Park, Hawaii

  • Cupressus Sempervirens


    Cupressus sempervirens, is a hardy species and reaches a height of 20-40m. At a young age its crown is pointed to become columnar and round at the top when the tree ages. Its leaves are deep green. It adapts to all deep and well-drained soils.

  • Cupressus Marcocarpa Goldcrest


    It is a coniferous tree with a conical shape and height that reaches a height of 8-10m. Its foliage has a bright yellow color with a characteristic aroma that resembles that of lemon and for this reason the plant is also called lemon cypress. In mild and cool climates, its rapid growth is favored, while with proper pruning it can create a natural fence. It can also be planted individually or in clusters. In any case, it needs enough sun and air for its proper development.

  • Leyland Cypress


    Leyland is a coniferous species of rapid growth that in the first 10 years does not exceed 5-6 m. Its foliage is dark green and prefers cold areas. A durable plant that adapts to all soils and is used for tall fences or individual plantings.

  • Swanes Golden Cypress


    Swanes Golden Cypress is a vigorous ornamental tree with a very stately, columnar shape that can reach up to seven metres in height. It has rather flaky or scaly bark and produces small, spherical female cones. It features dense, green to golden yellow evergreen foliage that can be clipped to shape or left to its own elegant outline. Best in cooler climates, they prefer light, well drained, moist soils of any type.