A very small cedar. Saw it during the group outing to UBNA.
Glubose leaf shape as opposed to sharp pointed leaf shape like that of xanthoryparis. Within a large tree located within the UW campus not very far from Hitchcock hall.
Within a very large tree located on the UW campus near Hitchcock hall. Was able to identify by its glubose leaf shape unlike the sharp pointy shape of xanthoryparis.
Found in the wetter regions of Barnes Point. Surrounded by many sword ferns.
This evergreen coniferous tree is native to Ravenna Park. The scale-like leaves are opposite with white stomata on the bottom and a very strong, nature smell. The bark is distinctly red and stringy, almost soft and fuzzy to the touch when peeled away.