Cupressus arizonica (Rough-barked Arizona Cypress)
Native: South-west United States, north Mexico
Location: Planted as an ornamental in large gardens and botanical collections.
Pollen and Seed Cones
Cones are on separate branches; males shed pollen in February, and the tiny rose-like females develop into mature cones.
Mature cones are about 18mm with six to eight scales bearing stout bosses.