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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Phyllocladus (Greek, leaf branch, referring to the phyllodia which are characteristic). Taxaceae. Trees or shrus: branches often whorled; branchlets flattened and expanded into rigid and coriaceous toothed or lobed cladodia: true lvs. reduced to linear scales: fls. monoecious or dioecious, the male fls. fascicled at the tips of the branchlets, the female fls. sessile on the margins of the cladodia or on peduncle like divisions of the same: ovuliferous scales 1 or several, thick and fleshy, free.Six species, Malaya to the Philippines and New Zeal. P. rhomboidalis, L. C. Rich. (P. asplenifolius, Hook. f.). Tree up to 60 ft., or shrub on mountain tops: persistent branches more or less reticulate, cladodia or deciduous branchlets cuneate or rhomboidal: lvs. very small, subulate: male catkins 2 or 3 together; female catkins globular, with 1, 2, or 3 fertile scales surmounted by 1 or 2 barren ones. Austral. Occasionally seen in Calif, gardens and eastern conservatories. The following species have also been cult.: P. glaucus, Carr., New Zeal., P. hypophylla, Hook. f.. Borneo, and P. trichomanoides, D. Don., New Zeal. CH

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