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(First upload on December 10 2009. Last on December 27 2017) [ 日本語 | English ]

Chamaecyparis pisifera (Siebold et Zuccarini) Endlicher






Mount Usu / Sarobetsu post-mined peatland
From left: Crater basin in 1986 and 2006. Cottongrass / Daylily

Chamaecyparis Spach (ヒノキ)
Sawara (サワラ, 椹), sawara cypress
Lifeform: evergreen tree < 40 m high
Distribution: Endemic to Japan (Iwate Prefecture is the northern limit)
Habitat: mountains
Flavor: less fragrant than C. obtusa
Wood: yellow (articulated nerve)
Use ⇒ The Kiso five trees (木曽五木)
var. squarrosa (Siebold et Zucc.) Beissner et Hochst. (ヒムロ): syn. cv. squarrosa (ヒムロ)
f. crassa Hayashi (アツカワサワラ)
Cultivars
boulevard, filifera (イトヒバ), filifera-aurea (オウゴンヒヨクヒバ), plumosa-aurea (オウゴンシノブヒバ), plumosa (シノブヒバ)
索引

Chamaecyparis pisifera in Japan


ST1 ST2 ST3
ST4 ST5
[1-4] at a garden in Tomakomai Experimental Forest, HU, on August 23 2012. [3] a bark (樹皮). [5] at a house garden on N18/E1, East Ward, Sapporo, on July 25 2014.


cv. squarrosa

Himuro (ヒムロ, 檜榁)
ST6 ST7 ST8
[1-3] in the Koishikawa Botanical Garden (小石川植物園), the University of Tokyo, on March 16 2017.


cv. plumosa-aurea

Ougonshinobuhiba/Nikkohiba (オウゴンシノブヒバ/ニッコウヒバ)
ST1
[1] at an arboretum in Tomakomai Experimental Forest, HU, on August 23 2012.


cv. filifera-aurea

Ougonhiyokuhiba/Ougonwaiseisuiryuuhiba (オウゴンヒヨクヒバ/オウゴンワイセイスイリュウヒバ)
ST1 ST2
[1] at an arboretum in Tomakomai Experimental Forest, HU, on August 23 2012.

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