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Thuja orientalis (Eastern Mazısı)

Is an all-green tree species grown as an ornamental plant of the Cupressaceae family. Its motherland is northern China, and has been extensively naturalized in South and North India, Korea, Japan, and Western and Northern Iran. Many have been classified by botanists in many different classifications. In ancient sources it is assumed that Thuja is a genus of the genus and is called Thuja orientalis. With odorless leaves, wingless seeds and spudged spikes, it has different characteristics of Thuja. It is a green cottage tree that is more than 20 m long and can reach 1 m wide. However, when grown outside the country of origin, it looks like a small shrub that does not oversize. The crust is peeled off with thin brown, light gray brown with reddish brown. The tacitus is broad-rounded or irregular in egg-pyramidal maturity. The shoots are arranged on a plane that is flat or flat in the upright position. The crosses are 4 rows, the pulse is decurrent, 1-3 mm is the length of the base, and there are resin beads on the bottom. One side of the lateral leaves is in the shape of a boat, overhanging, slightly curved, with a white stoma band on the underside but marginal. The surface leaves are rhomboid, thin and long (linear), with the secretory bezel strike in the middle of the lower surface.