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I need to buy some more of these for other places around the garden.

What are these called?

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I can't get enough magnification to examine the needle arrangement properly, but at a guess, it could be Cupressus macrocarpus Wilma, link below to an image, but you'll have to click on the pic itself to see it larger

http://www.treemail.hu/noveny_enciklopedia/cupressus_macrocarpa_wilma_aranysarga_oszlopos_monterey_ciprus

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  • I think that's correct. It's also often sold as Arborvitae
    – Escoce
    Oct 8, 2015 at 18:21
  • I thought Arborvitae referred to Thuja? I can't help thinking it'd be a helluva lot easier if you guys used the proper names - mind you, I say the same here in the UK to people who live here!
    – Bamboo
    Oct 9, 2015 at 10:30
  • Is Arborvitae a catch all term meaning just 'conifer' in the States?
    – Bamboo
    Oct 9, 2015 at 11:48
  • I am sorry, you are 100% correct
    – Escoce
    Oct 9, 2015 at 11:58
  • Erm, what, that Arborvitae refers specifically to Thuja, or that its a catch all term for conifer?
    – Bamboo
    Oct 9, 2015 at 12:38
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It looks like a lemon cedar, this is called in this way by people because it smells like lemons, you can touch it to see if it smells like lemon if not is another variety of cedar.

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  • Sorry!, the last answer is correct and has the scientific name that was not familiar to me, I just verified it here Oct 13, 2015 at 16:10
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    Hi! No problem about your initial thought-thanks for the verification of the correct answer! I see you've been around the network a bit. Welcome to this site, hope to see you again! Oct 13, 2015 at 21:22

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