One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- another term for cryptomeria
- ‘The Japanese cedar is a handsome specimen for windscreens, borders and groupings on large properties.’
- ‘If mountain areas were full of deep-rooted Japanese cedar rather than betel nut palms, torrential rains would be less likely to cause mudslides and overflowing rivers.’
- ‘They are approached through long graveled avenues set between stone walls in a deep forest of towering Japanese cedars, which contribute great power and contrast to the buildings themselves.’
- ‘The whole house is covered in Virginia creeper and among the trees are an apple tree, cedar, Japanese cedar and large cypress.’
- ‘In the foreground you can see the neat squares of the Whittles’ and neighboring farms, the neatly trellised blocks of kiwifruit vines framed by tall, dense shelterbelts of Japanese cedar.’
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