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  1. Bermuda cedar, Juniperus bermudiana(noun)

    ornamental densely pyramidal juniper of Bermuda; fairly large for a juniper

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  1. Juniperus bermudiana

    Juniperus bermudiana is a species of juniper endemic to Bermuda. This species is most commonly known as Bermuda cedar, but is also referred to as Bermuda redcedar and Bermuda juniper. It is an evergreen tree growing up to 15 m tall with a trunk up to 60 cm thick and thin bark that exfoliates in strips. The foliage is produced in blue-green sprays, with the individual shoots 1.3–1.6 mm wide, four sided in section. The leaves are scale-like 1.5–2.5 mm long and 1-1.5 mm broad, with an inconspicuous gland; they are arranged in opposite decussate pairs, occasionally decussate whorls of three. Juvenile plants bear needle-like leaves 4–8 mm long. The seed cones are irregularly globose to broad pyriform, 4–6 mm long and 5–8 mm broad, soft and berry-like, green at first, maturing bluish-purple about 8 months after pollination; they contain one or two seeds. The male cones are 4–6 mm long, yellow, turning brown after pollen release in early spring.


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