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Chamaecyparis henryae

Posted by blue_yew Z9 swe (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 30, 11 at 16:15

Another rare species anyone else growing it to me
it looks distinct from Chamaecyparis thyoides.

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RE: Chamaecyparis henryae

Where do you get all these rare species, etc-? I'm curious now/finally.

Dax


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RE: Chamaecyparis henryae

It is not a distinct species, it is just the southern form of C. thyoides. I am growing it from several natural stands here in north Florida. I will post photos of it in the wild.


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Dax

From years of collecting Jason any C. henryae photos
appreciated.


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RE: Chamaecyparis henryae

Best treated as C. thyoides subsp. henryae. It fits the criteria for subspecies distinction well.

Resin


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RE: Chamaecyparis henryae

Chamaecyparis henryae
Chamaecyparis henryae
I have only 1 poor plant.
Clement


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