No. 4—North-Coast Cypress. . . . . . . . C. Goveniana, Gordon
Rare, shrubby trees from Monterey Bay northward to Mendocino. Foliage pea green; cones small, of scales; seeds dark. Abundant on Mt Tamalpias near San Francisco.
PIGMY CYPRESS. Var. pigm a. n. var.*
Shrubs or small trees, from 4 inches to 10 feet high, but whatever the size, freely-bearing and often retaining the cones through many years; cones small about 1/2 inch thick, of few scales and seeds. Sparsely found on the ashen "White Plains" back from the coast, near Mendocino.
* New variety, not before published.