Cupressus Torulosa, Himalayan Cypress – 0.5 kg Seeds
A tree up to 150 ft high in the Himalaya, with horizontal branches, and bark peeling off in long strips. Branchlets arranged in opposite ranks, more or less drooping, the final subdivisions equally four-sided, about 1⁄20 in. in diameter. Leaves of equal size, deep green, scale-like; overlapping at the base, the terminal part ovate, bluntish, incurved and thickened at the point, often grooved on the back. Cones purplish when young, globose, very shortly stalked, 1⁄2 to 2⁄3 in. in 1 diameter; scales eight, rarely ten, each with a small central boss.