Definition of Cupressus goveniana
1. Noun. Small sometimes shrubby tree native to California; often used as an ornamental; in some classification systems includes the pygmy cypress and the Santa Cruz cypress.
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Literary usage of Cupressus goveniana
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1. The Silva of California by Willis Linn Jepson (1910)
"_ 32 The original specimens of cupressus goveniana Gord. were collected on the Monterey Peninsula by lodore Hartweg in 1848, who writes in his journal as ..."
2. Mammals of the Mexican Boundary of the United States: A Descriptive by Edgar Alexander Mearns (1907)
"Sargent states that this magnificent tree roaches 100 to 150 feet in height and 7 to 8 feet in diameter of trunk. cupressus goveniana Gordon. ..."
3. The Principal Species of Wood: Their Characteristic Properties by Charles Henry Snow (1908)
"The Monterey and Gowan cypresses (Cupressus macrocarpa and cupressus goveniana) are thus employed. There are small evergreen scale-like leaves. ..."
4. Manual of the Trees of North America (exclusive of Mexico) by Charles Sprague Sargent (1922)
"... much planted in western and southern Europe, temperate South America, and in Australia and New Zealand. 2. cupressus goveniana Gord. ..."
5. Veitch's Manual of the Coniferae: Containing a General Review of the Order by Adolphus Henry Kent, James Veitch & Sons (1900)
"cupressus goveniana. - "A tree occasionally 50 feet high with a short trunk '2 feet in diameter and slender, erect or spreading ..."