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Eurasia and North America, mainly in higher mountains on poor soils, fewer in forest-steppes; seldom grown in parks and gardens in some cultivars; throughout the Carpathians. 70. Thuja plicata D. Don, T. gigantea Nutt. − Tree, up to 40-60 m high, coronas pyramidal, branches short, horizontal, bark smooth, brown. 2 mm. Surface faint furrowed longitudinal, lustrous, dark-brown, two membranous wings wrinkly, light-brown. 2n = 22. Originally growing in North America, on swamp and wet grounds; in the whole Carpathians commonly planted in parks, cemeteries, seldom cultivated for timber.
Eichleri Lauche − Tree, up to 25 m high, grows slowly. 5 mm. Surface dull, pale-brown, wings pale-brown or violetish. Native to Japan, resistant against frost; in the Carpathians rarely cultivated as an interesting decorative tree in parks. Br. 19. Picea glauca (Moench) Voss − Tree, up to 30 m high, twigs glabrous, greyish or pale-brown cones cylindrical, pendent. 5-4 mm. Surface smooth, dull, blackish-brown. Place of origin North America; in the Carpathians rarely planted for timber in woods and in parks in cooler areas.
Regia; rarely cultivated in warmer areas. Br, Cz, Hu, Mo, Ro, Sk, Uk. 10. CALYCANTHACEAE 94. Calycanthus fertilis Walter, C. glaucus Willd. − Shrub, with deciduous leaves, flowers on the lateral twigs. Seeds ellipsoid or obovoid achenes with a 19 MAGNOLIACEAE JUGLANDACEAE 91 92 90 93 95 96 94 97 98 JUGLANDACEAE JUGLANDACEAE 99. Juglans mandshurica Maxim. − Tree, up to 20 m high, corona wide, round, bark dark-grey. Fruits nuts, near globular or oval, 30-50 x 20-30 mm. Surface with 6-8 surpassing, sharp ribs and deep sockets among them, acute on the top, dull, dark-brown to nigrescent.