21. Cupressus cashmeriana Carrière CUPRESSACEAE

This tree, with very attractive, drooping, grey foliage appears to be a cultivated form of the native East Himalayan species Cupressus himalaica which can be seen growing in the Woodland Garden (forming Number 64 of the Trail). It was first described from a specimen introduced to an English nursery from ‘Tibet’ in about 1862.

Photograph of this accession of Cupressus cashmeriana

     

    RBGE Living Collections Accession Factsheet
    Accession Number:19696579
    Scientific Name:Cupressus cashmeriana Royle ex Carrière
    Family:Cupressaceae
    Genus:Cupressus
    Epithet:cashmeriana
    Plant:19696579J
    Location:/Living Collections/Unplaced
    Plant:19696579D
    Location:/Living Collections/Unplaced
    Plant:19696579C
    Location:/Living Collections/Unplaced
    Plant:19696579E
    Location:/Living Collections/Unplaced
    Plant:19696579I
    Location:/Living Collections/External/XPJ
    Plant:19696579B
    Location:/Living Collections/Unplaced
    Plant:19696579F
    Location:/Living Collections/External/XGD
    Plant:19696579A1
    Location:/Living Collections/Unplaced
    Plant:19696579G
    Location:/Living Collections/Unplaced
    Plant:19696579A
    Location:/Living Collections/Inverleith/G22/0085
    Plant:19696579H
    Location:/Living Collections/Unplaced
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     Location: 55.966602259,-3.20773317