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MANOAO (Hook.) Molloy 1995 PODOCARPACEAE


New monotypic genus, earlier DACRYDIUM and LAGAROSTROBOS
Manoao – Kiviciprus – Kiwicypress

Manoao (Hook.) Molloy 1995 - Podocarpaceae – Kőtiszafafélék - Stone Yews


Manoao képek - Gallery
COLENSOI 1995 NZL

/Hook. 1982/ Molloy KeI



Manoao colensoi (Hook.) Molloy 1995 - Újzélandi kiviciprus - New Zealand kiwicypress

Manoao colensoi

Manoao colensoi - Westland Pine. N.Z. native. Formerly Dacrydium colensoi & Lagarostrobos colensoi  Has sometimes been confused with 'biforme'. Timber of great strength, toughness and highly prized for furniture. Hardy, slow growing tree. Best in wetter areas. 40 - 50 feet when mature (after many years). When young has a conical shape, with spreading crown when older. 1.6 metres high x 70 cm wide in 10 years in our Nursery/Garden. Zone 8. Cedar Lodge text.

Dacrydium colensoi Hook.

Lagarostrobos colensoi (Hook.) Quinn 1982


METASEQUOIA Hu & Cheng 1948 TAXODIACEAE
Metasequoia – Kínai mamutfenyő – Chinese / Dawn redwood

Metasequoia Hu & Cheng 1948 - Taxodiaceae – Óriásfenyőfélék - Giant Cypresses


GLYPTOSTROBOIDES 1948 CHN E-SE W-HU

Miki ex Hu & Cheng Kr



Metasequoia glyptostroboides Miki ex Hu & Cheng 1948 Kínai mamutfenyő v. ősfenyő - Dawn redwood

Metasequoia glyptostroboides

Dax Herbst in Harper Collection USA



Metasequoia glyptostroboides - Dawn Redwood. Rediscovered in China in 1948, after being thought to be extinct. Beautiful larch like foliage. Will grow in wet conditions similar to Taxodium or in any average soil conditions. Pyramidal shape. Hardy to cold. Does not like severe salt wind. 4 metres high x 2 metres wide in 10 years. Zone 5. Cedar Lodge text.

Sequoia glyptostroboides /Hu & Cheng/Weide
All Bronze HOL

Nelis Kools HOL



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘All Bronze’

Blue-isch HOL

Nelis Kools HOL



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Blue-isch’

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Blue-ish’ Edwin Smits photo

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Blue-ish’ Edwin Smits photo

Bonsai Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Bonsai’

Emerald Feathers 1972 USA

2010 Gee Farms Nursery MI USA

Fastigiata 1988 GBR

George’s Broom 2001 Chub Harper in ACS database

1994 G. Agin & J. Wolf MI USA as a WB

This witches' broom was found in a tree at the University of Michigan golf course in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. While the broom exists it has yet to be successfully grown. Grafted plants do not have longevity. The foliage is very fine and dark green for this species. The plant is named after George Agin of Saline, MI USA. ACS text.

Glauca GER

zu Jeddeloh Nurs., Oldenburg GER



Gold Rush /Ogon/

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Gold Rush’

Metasequoia glyptostroboides 'Goldrush'

Stanley & Sons Nurs. Inc. Boring, OR USA



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Goldrush’ (‘Ogon’)

Edwin Smits Nursery, Volkel HOL

Golden Dawn 1986 in Wilmington DE USA

ACS database 2004

2003 K. W. Murray

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Golden Dawn’

2003 Angelika Nurs. USA



Green Mantle 1989 GBR

Hull Farm Nurs. GBR



Head Hunter Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Head Hunter’ (‘Matthaei Broom’)

IFG Stanley & Sons Nurs. Inc. Boring, OR USA

Jack Frost Talon Buchholz (?)

Stanley & Sons Nurs. Inc. Boring, OR USA



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Jack Frost’

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Jack Frost’

Edwin Smits Nursery, Volkel HOL

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Jack Frost’

Dax Herbst in US Nat Arb USA



Little Creamy Hort.

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Little Creamy’

conifertreasury.org photo



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Little Creamy’

conifertreasury.org photo



Little Giant Bill Barger in ACS database

2010 Gee Farms Nursery MI USA


Marta 2010 Mesterházy in the Conifer Treasury of Poland 1.0

Kujawa POL



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Marta’

Sylw. Tomszak Nurs., Bielsko-Biala POL

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Marta’ (Kujawa)



Matthaei Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Matthaei’

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Maithaie Broom’



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Matthaei’

Dax Herbst in Harper Collection USA



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Matthaei’

Dax Herbst in Harper Collection USA



Miss Grace 2006 Bill Barger in ACS database

Talon Buchholz of Buchholz & Buchholz Nurs. USA



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Miss Grace’

An unusual form of the Dawn Redwood with strongly pendulous branches enhanced by soft, feathery, small bright green, deciduous foliage which turns orange-brown in fall. Produces a narrow small tree excellent as an accent or specimen. Miss Grace is a name for the selection's graceful habit. ACS text.



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Miss Grace’

Dax Herbst in Harper Collection USA



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Miss Grace’

Burdan Nursery, Lubska POL

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Miss Grace’ Edwin Smits photo

Moerheim Krüssmann 1983

1970 HOL


National Arnold Arboretum 1963

1950 Merrill in Arnold Arboretum USA

US National Arboretum, Washington DC.

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’National’

Dax Herbst in US Nat Arb USA



Nitschke Cream 2010 Mesterházy & al. in Conifer Treasury of NZL & AUS

AUS


P. C. Nitschke, Hahndorf AUS

Ogon Bill Barger in ACS database

JPN selection



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Ogon’

Commonly known by the trade name M. g. 'Gold Rush' Index# 999986. Originated in Japan. The word "ogon" is reported to translate to "gold bullion" or "gold coin". With this definition the name 'Ogon' will be a valid cultivar name. ACS text.

/Goldrush/

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Gold Rush’

Mesterhazy & Malik photo



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Gold Rush’

Mesterhazy & Malik photo



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Ogon’ Mesterhazy photo

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Ogon’ Mesterhazy photo

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Ogon’

Dax Herbst in Harper Collection USA



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Ogon’

Dax Herbst in US Nat Arb USA



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ´Ogon´

Jiri Holata Nursery, Kouty CZ

Pat McCracken Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Snow Flurry’ (‘Pat McCracken’)

Schirrmann’s Nordlicht Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Schirrmann’s Nordlicht’

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Schirrmann’s Nordlicht’

Edwin Smits photo



Secretariat Hort.

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Secretariat’

Dax Herbst in Hermsen’s Garden USA



Sheridan Spire Sheridan 1976

1968 Sheridan Nurs., Oakville ONT CAN



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Sheridan Spire’

A narrowly columnar selection with bright green foliage. Good autumn coloring. Another upright, almost columnar cultivar. Probably narrower than 'National'. Welch text in ACS.



Metasequoia glyptostroboides 'Sheridan Spire' - From Sheridan Nurseries in USA. Imported to NZ by Duncan & Davies. A narrowly columnar selection with bright green foliage and good autumn colouring. Upright form. Growing very well in our Nursery/Garden. 4 metres high x 2.5 metres wide in 10 years in our Nursery/Garden. Zone 5. Cedar Lodge text.

Silhouette Nelis Kools HOL

Nelis Kools HOL



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Silhouette’

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Silhouette’

Dax Herbst in Hermsen’s Garden USA



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Silhouette’

Dax Herbst in Hermsen’s Garden USA



Snow Flurry 2009 Bill Barger in ACS database

2005 Pat McCracken NC USA



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Snow Flurry’ (‘Pat McCracken’)

Introduction from Pat McCracken on North Carolina, USA. Form if similar to species slightly slower growing. Plant leafs out green with second flush being white. Does not seem to burn in full sum and the amount of varigation varies from year to year. ACS text.



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Snow Flurry’

Edwin Smits Nursery, Volkel HOL

Spring Cream Stanley & Sons Nurs. Inc. Boring, OR USA

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Spring Cream’


Syców 2010 Mesterházy in the Conifer Treasury of Poland 1.0

Syców POL



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Syców’

Sylw. Tomszak Nurs., Bielsko-Biala POL

Metasequoia glyptostroboides Syców



Vada Krüssmann 1983

1970 HOL


Waasland 1994 Pieter Zwijnenburg jr. Nurs., HOL

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Waasland’

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Waasland’

conifertreasury.org photo



Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’Waasland’

Dax Herbst in US Nat Arb USA



White Spot Stanley & Sons Nurs. Inc. Boring, OR USA

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘White Spot’

Metasequoia glyptostroboides ’White Spot’

Edwin Smits Nursery, Volkel HOL
HONSHUENENSIS

JC Raulston Arboretum USA



Metasequoia honshuenensis – Óriástobozú kínai mamutfenyő – Bigcone dawn redwood

33 cultivar records, 23 of them with photos


MICROBIOTA Komarov 1923 CUPRESSACEAE
Microbiota - Ciprusboróka - Cypress juniper

Microbiota Komarov 1923 - Cupressaceae – Ciprusfélék - Cypresses


DECUSSATA 1923 RUS E-SIB

Komarov Kr



Microbiota decussata Komarov 1923 - Szibériai ciprusboróka - Siberian cypress juniper

Microbiota decussata conifertreasury.org photo

Microbiota decussata Dax Herbst in Harper Collection USA

Microbiota decussata - Native of Siberia. Low spreading ground cover. Fresh green in spring. Attractive chocolate brown in winter. Flat and spreading. Must not have frequent watering during the months of Dec. to May. This plant is subject to root fungus under the conditions previously mentioned. Safe to leave very dry during summer or while night temperatures are above 16 degrees Celsius. A very attractive ground cover. 3 metres wide x 35 cm high in 10 years in our Nursery/Garden. Zone 2. Cedar Lodge text.
Carnival Edwin Smits Nursery, Volkel HOL

Microbiota decussata ’Carnival’

Edwin Smits Nursery, Volkel HOL

Microbiota decussata ’Carnival’ Edwin Smits photo

Gold Spot Kenwith Nurs., GBR

Microbiota decussata ‘Goldspot’

Hexenbesen Stanley & Sons Nurs. Inc. Boring, OR USA

Jakobsen Horstmann 1990

1990 A. V. Jakobsen DEN

Horstmann Nurs. GER

An extremely cool new plant for us. It was found by Arne Vagn Jakobsen of Denmark and introduced by Horstman in 1990. It forms a very dwarf globular bush with fine textured foliage. Microbiota is monotypic and has been in cultivation for quite some time however named forms are practically nonexistent. I saw a tiny one auction for a few hundred bucks at the ACS auction a couple years ago. Arrowhead text.



It was found as a broom on Microbiota. Its foliage is ascending and slightly twisted, not at all spreading like that of the typical decussata. Bob Fincham text.

Arrowhead Alpines Nursery MI USA

Microbiota decussata ’Jakobsen’ Bob Fincham USA photo

Jakobsen’s Hexe /Jakobsen/

Edwin Smits Nursery, Volkel HOL

Jakobsen WB /Jakobsen/


Lewandowski 2010 Mesterházy in the Conifer Treasury of Poland 1.0

Lewandowski POL



Microbiota decussata ‘Lewandowski’

Sylw. Tomszak Nurs., Bielsko-Biala POL

Microbiota decussata LEWANDOWSKI



Northern Pride Microbiota decussata ‘Northern Pride’

Sinclair G. Haddow 1992

T. Sinclair, Wales GBR

Kenwith Nurs., Bideford GBR

Microbiota decussata ’Sinclair’ Edwin Smits photo

Sylwek 2010 Mesterházy in the Conifer Treasury of Poland 1.0

2004 Sylwester Tomszak, Czechowice-Dziedzice POL



Microbiota decussata ‘Sylwek’

Sylw. Tomszak Nurs., Bielsko-Biala POL
10 cultivars, 6 of them with photos
MICROCACHRYS Hook. 1845 PODOCARPACEAE
Microcachrys – Szederciprus – Blackberry cypress

Microcachrys Hooker 1845 - Podocarpaceae – Kőtiszafafélék - Stone Yews


TETRAGONA 1845 W-TAS

/W. S. Hooker/J. D. Hooker Kr



Microcachrys tetragona (W. S. Hooker) J. D. Hooker 1845 - Taszmán szederciprus – Tasmanian blackberry cypress

Microcachrys tetragona - Native to the mountains of Tasmania. Clothed in fine whipcord evergreen foliage. Suitable for rock garden. Cool moist situation most suitable. Has bright scarlet fruits. Low, straggly, almost prostrate bush. Rare. Approx. 1 metre each way in 10 years in our Nursery/Garden. Zone 9. Cedar Lodge text.

Athrotaxis tetragona W. S. Hooker 1843

Pherosphera hookeriana Archer 1850

Dacrydium tetragonum Parl. 1868

MICROSTROBOS Gard. & Johns. 1951 PODOCARPACEAE
Microstrobos – Törpeciprus – Dwarfcypress

Microstrobos Gard. & Johns. 1951 - Podocarpaceae – Kőtiszafafélék – Stone Yews


FITZGERALDII 1951 AUS NSW

/Muell./ Garden & Johnson Kr



Microstrobos fitzgeraldii (Muell.) Garden & Johnson 1951 - Ausztrál törpeciprus – Australian dwarfcypress

Microstrobus fitzgeraldii

Microstrobus fitzgeraldii - Native of New South Wales and Tasmania. Moisture loving shrub. Found near margins of lakes, streams and waterfalls. Low growing. We have this growing nicely in our garden without the extra water provided by a waterfall. Select a cool shady place. Essential to have a good annual rainfall (or a waterfall). 55 cm high x 1 m wide in 10 years in our Nursery/Garden. Zone 9. Cedar Lodge text.

Dacrydium fitzgeraldii Muell. 1880

Pherosphera fitzgeraldii /F. Muell./Muell ex J. D. Hooker 1882
NIPHOPHILUS 1951 TAS

Garden & Johnson Kr



Microstrobos niphophilus Garden & Johnson 1951 - Taszmán törpeciprus – Tasmanian dwarfcypress

Pherosphera hookeriana Hook. 1857, not Archer

Athrotaxis tetragona W. J. Hook. 1843

Pherosphera niphophylla /Gard. & Johnson/Florin 1956

NAGEIA Gaertn. PODOCARPACEAE
See also under PODOCARPUS
Nageia – Kaurikőtiszafa – Kauri stone yew

Nageia Gaertn. 1788 - Podocarpaceae – Kőtiszafafélék - Stone Yews


Nageia - Kaurikőtiszafa - Kauri stone yew - lásd / see: Podocarpus
COMPTONII 1987 NCA

/Buchholz/de Laubf. KeI



Decussocarpus comptonii /Buchholz/de Laubf. 1987

Podocarpus comptonii Buchholz

Rethrophyllum comptonii /Buchholz/Page 1989
FLEURYI 1987 ANN CHN KW

/Hickel/de Laubf. KeI



Nageia fleuryi Leu Gardens, Orlando FL USA

Decussocarpus fleuryi /Hickel/de Laubf.

Podocarpus fleuryi Hickel
FORMOSENSIS 1989 TWN

/Duemmer/Page KeI



Podocarpus formosensis Duemmer
MAXIMUS 1987 BOR

/de Laubf./de Laubf. KeI



Decussocarpus maximus de Laubf.
MOTLEYI 1987 SUM - S-BOR

/Parl./de Laubf. KeI



Dammara motleyi Parl.

Decussocarpus motleyi /Parl./de Laubf.

Nageia beccari /Parl./Gord. 1875
Nageia nagi Leu Gardens, Orlando FL USA

Nageia nagi Leu Gardens, Orlando FL USA

Nageia nagi Leu Gardens, Orlando FL USA
PIRESII 1987 BRA

/Silba/de Laubf. KeI



Rethrophyllum piresii /Silba/Page 1989

Decussocarpus piresii Silba
ROSPIGLIOSI 1987 S-AME VEN E-COL C-PER

/Pilg./de Laubf. DG, KeI



Podocarpus rospigliosi Pilg.

Decussocarpus rospigliosi /Pilg./de Laubf.

Rethrophyllum rospigliosi /Pilg./Page 1989

NEOCALLITROPSIS Florin CUPRESSACEAE
Neocallitropsis - Kaledón ciprus - Caledonian cypress

Neocallitropsis Florin 1931 - Cupressaceae – Ciprusfélék - Cypresses


ARAUCAROIDES 1944 NCA

/Compton/ Florin Kr



Callitropsis araucaroides Compton 1922
PANCHERI 1972 NCA

/Carr./ de Laubenfels Kr



Neocallitropsis pancheri (Carr.) de Laubenfels 1972 - Kaledón gyantásciprus v. kaledónciprus - Caledonian cypress

N. araucaroides /Compt./Florin 1944

Possibly the same as N. ARAUCAROIDES.



NOTHOTSUGA Hu ex Page 1989 PINACEAE
See also under TSUGA
Nothotsuga – Délhemlok – South-hemlock

Nothotsuga Hu ex Page 1989 - Pinaceae – Fenyőfélék


LONGIBRACTEATA 1989 CHN

/Cheng/ Hu ex Page KeI, DG



Nothotsuga longibracteata (Cheng) Hu ex Page 1989 - Kínai délhemlok – Chinese southhemlock

Tsuga longibracteata Cheng

PAPUACEDRUS Li 1953 CUPRESSACEAE

/LIBOCEDRUS/
Papuacedrus – Pápuaciprus – Papua-cypress

Papuacedrus Li 1953 - Cupressaceae – Ciprusfélék - Cypresses



ARFAKENSIS 1953 NGU

/Gibbs/ Li Kr



Libocedrus arfakensis Gibbs 1917
PAPUANA 1953 NGU

/Muell./ Li Kr



Papuacedrus papuana (Muell.) Li 1953 – Pápuaciprus - Papuacypress

Libocedrus papuana Mueller 1889
TORICELLENSIS 1953 NGU

/Schlecht. & Lauterb./Li Kr



Libocedrus toricellensis Schlecht. & Lauterb.

PARASITAXUS de Laubenfels 1972 PODOCARPACEAE
Parasitaxus – Élősködő tiszafa – Parasitic yew

Parasitaxus de Laubenfels 1972 – Podocarpaceae – Kőtiszafafélék – Stone Yews



USTUS 1972 NCA

/Vieillard/de Laubf. 1972 KeI



Parasitaxus usta /Viellard/de Laubenfels 1972 – Újkaledóniai élősködő kőtiszafa – New Caledonian parasitic stone yew syn:

Parasitaxus ustus (Vieillard) de Laubenfels 1972 - Parazita kőtiszafa - Parasitic stone yew

Dacrydium ustus Vieillard 1861

Podocarpus ustus /Vieillard/Brongn. & Griseb. 1866

PHYLLOCLADUS C. & A. Rich. PHYLLOCLADACEAE
Phyllocladus – Fodorkafenyő – Frillpine

Phyllocladus C. & A. Rich - Podocarpaceae – Kőtiszafafélék - Stone Yews


ALPINUS 1853 NZL

Hook. Kr


Phyllocladus alpinus Hook. 1853 - Havasi fodorkafenyő – Alpine frillpine

Phyllocladus alpinus - Mountain Toa Toa. N.Z. native. Now considered to be a subspecies of Phyllocladus asplenifolious var. alpinus. Cedar Lodge text.

Ph. trichomanoides var. alpina Parl.

Phyllocladus trichomanoides var. alpinus

Phyllocladus asplenifolius var. alpinus

Blue Haze 2010 Mesterházy & al. in Conifer Treasury of NZL & AUS

Phyllocladus asplenifolius var. alpinus ‘Blue Haze’

Phyllocladus asplenifolius var. alpinus 'Blue Haze' - It is a distinct blue colour - we believe there are more of these about and would like more information on this plant if anyone can help. Annual growth rate 10 cm. 1.1 m high x 50 cm wide in 5 years in our Nursery/Garden. Zone 9. Cedar Lodge text.
Cockayne’s Blue 2010 Mesterházy & al. in Conifer Treasury of NZL & AUS

Noeline Sampson 1992

1992 Omahanui Nurs. NZL

Phyllocladus asplenifolius var. alpinus ‘Cockaynes Blue’

Phyllocladus asplenifolius var. alpinus 'Cockaynes Blue' - Formerly Phyllocladus alpinus 'Cockaynes Blue'. A very noticeable and pleasant blue form which is very slow growing. Ideally suited to any small garden whether it be a rockery or a boarder. Does best in shade. Found in South Island of N.Z. 25 cm high x 35 cm wide in 10 years in our Nursery/Garden. Cedar Lodge text.

Silver Blades H. G. Hillier 1971
ASPLENIFOLIUS 1825 TAS

/Labill./Hook. Kr



Phyllocladus asplenifolius (Labill.) Hook. 1825 – Taszmán fodorkafenyő – Tasmanian frillpine

Phyllocladus asplenifolius var. alpinus

Ph. rhomboidales L. C. & A. Rich.

Ph. billardieri Mirb.

Ph. serratifolius Nois. ex Carr.

Phyllocladus asplenifolius var. alpinus - Mountain toa toa. Formerly Phyllocladus alpinus. N.Z. native. Grows in sub alpine and mountain forests and scrub in North and South Island at altitude of 1500 ft - 5000 ft. In Westland and Southland descends to sea level. A shrub or small tree usually from 2 - 10 metres high. Our experience shows that although growing well in our nursery it suffers from salt wind burn. Much happier growing within shelter simulating growing in the bush. 1.5 metres high x 1 metre wide in 10 years in our Nursery/Garden. Zone 9. Cedar Lodge text.
Phyllocladus asplenifolius var. alpinus 'Blue Haze'
Phyllocladus asplenifolius var. alpinus 'Cockaynes Blue'

BILLARDIERI Mirb.

/PH. ASPLENIFOLIUS/



CUNNINGHAMII Hort.

/PH. TRICHOMANOIDES/


GLAUCUS 1867 NZL

Carr. Kr


Phyllocladus glaucus Carr. 1867 - Hamvas fodorkafenyő – Blue frillpine

Ph. trichomanoides var. glaucus Parl.
HYPOPHYLLUS NGU BOR PHI INDO

Hook. Kr


Phyllocladus hypophyllus Hook. – Szundaföldi fodorkafenyő – Sundaland frillpine

Ph. prostratus /Warburg/Pilg.

Ph. major Pilg.
MAJOR Pilg.

/PH.HYPOPHYLLUS/



PROSTRATUS /Warburg/Pilg.

/PH.HYPOPHYLLUS/



RHOMBOIDALES L.C. & A.Rich.

/PH. ASPLENIFOLIUS/



SERRATIFOLIUS Nois. ex Carr.

/PH. ASPLENIFOLIUS/


TOATOA 1996 NW-NZL

Molloy


Phyllocladus toatoa Molloy 1996 – Kékzeller fodorkafenyő – Blue celery frillpine

Phyllocladus toa toa - Formerly Phyllocladus glaucus. N.Z. Native. A small tapering tree, 25 to 45 ft with a trunk 30 to 40 cm in diameter. Branches stout, whorled, spreading or slightly ascending. Branchlets flattened and expanded into stiff leaf-like phylloclades. Grows in lowland & mountain forests in the North Island from Northland, southwards to Coromandel Peninsula. Sea Level to 700 metres. Recognised chiefly by its very large phylloclades which are usually a bronzy colour. This is the most striking of the three New Zealand species of Phyllocladus but is seldom seen in cultivation. As a lawn specimen it is excellent and its growth is sufficiently slow that it does not become too tall. The average height in cultivation is 15 to 20 feet tall. Although restricted to the northern part of the North Island in its natural habitat it appears to be quite hardy and grows happily in Christchurch and has never been injured by the heaviest of frosts. 2.5 metres high x 1.3 metres wide in 10 years in our Nursery/Garden. Cedar Lodge text.

Ph. glauca Kirk 1869 non Carriere 1855 (Farjon 1998).
TRICHOMANOIDES NZL

D. Don KeI



Phyllocladus trichomanoides D. Don – Újzélandi fodorkafenyő – New Zealand frillpine

Phyllocladus trichomanoides - N.Z. native. Celery Pine. Moderately fast growing handsome erect tree, preferring shade when young. Average soil conditions. A tall timber tree. Attractive conical shape. 6 metres high x 4 metres wide in 10 years in our Nursery/Garden. Zone 9. Cedar Lodge text.

Ph. cunninghamii Hort.

Phyllocladus trichomanoides var. alpinus
Blue Haze 2010 Mesterházy & al. in Conifer Treasury of NZL & AUS

Hort. AUS



Phyllocladus trichomanoides ‘Bleu Haze’
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