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  • The Umbrella Pine (_Sciadopitys_) is a very striking conifer, and does well everywhere.

    Gardening for the Million Alfred Pink

  • Japanese umbrella pine (_Sciadopitys verlicillata_)

    Studies of Trees Jacob Joshua Levison

  • _Sciadopitys_, and probably of other Conifers, is illustrated by teratology, as also is the true constitution of the scale of the cone

    Vegetable Teratology An Account of the Principal Deviations from the Usual Construction of Plants Maxwell T. Masters

  • As in the case of several other trees planted in like situations, such as Cupressus funebris, Abies fortunei, A. kæmpferi, Cryptomeria japonica, Sciadopitys verticillata, it is probable that the trees have been introduced from Thibet, or other unexplored districts, into China and Japan.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 360, November 25, 1882 Various

  • Sciadopitys is from two Greek roots, meaning (YES!) 'umbrella' and 'pine'.

    Museum Blogs 2010

  • Sciadopitys is from two Greek roots, meaning (YES!) 'umbrella' and 'pine'.

    Museum Blogs 2010

  • The needles are arranged all around the branch, but not as stiff, and most firs have a double white stripe down the sides of the needle on the underside. umbrella pine (Sciadopitys verticillata) that isn't a pine but is in the same family as the huge redwoods in California.

    Christian Science Monitor | All Stories 2010

  • Growth inhibitors of conifer seeds - sciadin in Sciadopitys verticillata seed

    xml's 2008


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