So you want some Tuscan plants, well, this tree is about as Tuscan as a tree gets. Cupressus sempervirens, called Tuscan cypress here in Italy, but the Mediterranean cypress throughout most of its eastern Mediterranean range. Tall, dark-green, columnar, the trees are highly distinctive and a dramatic element of the local vegetation. While native they are widely planted for hedge rows and along drives. Everyone wanted to know what they were right away. Some in this areas are as big as TPP has ever seen them, and they seem to be loved by chick-a-dees. Here a row of Tuscan cypress form a wall behind a terraced olive orchard (gray green trees) with lots of rock walls.
How can you trust non-gardeners?
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