local and entirely non-magical woodlands
paul at arbor.fsbusiness.co.uk
Thu Mar 30 16:01:51 EST 2000
Karl Davies <karl at daviesand.com> wrote in message
news:38E28712.9B34C7BC at daviesand.com...
> According to http://bluehen.ags.udel.edu/deces/hyg/hyg-91.htm, this
> hybrid species is a natural cross between Alaskan white cedar and
> Monterey cypress. So it's a product of breeding, not genetic
> engineering. Therefore it doesn't qualify as a Frankentree.
> If Alaskan white/yellow cedar is what we call Nootka Cypress
(Chamaecyparis nootkatensis) then this is correct.
It may not be a Frankentree but it is a nuisance.
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