"The plants which belong to this section have not their fruit in a true cone, but in a globular or irregular head, consisting of a number of scales, sometimes united into a sort of berry. The section includes the Arbor Vitae, the Juniper, the Red and White Cedar, the Cypress and the exotic genus Cal--listris. Most of the section are natives of warmer climates. Those which belong to New England are evergreen, but scarcely resinous. They may be propagated by layers and cuttings, but more readily by seeds, which generally lie in the ground a year. The young plants are to be treated like pines."