Mr. Lemmon says, in the Pacific Rural Press, that "Monterey Cypress" is Cupressus ma-crocarpa; "Yellow Cedar," a valuable timber tree in the North, growing 80 to 100 feet high, Cupressus Nutkaensis; "Ginger Pine or Port Oxford Cedar," a noble tree 100 to 150 feet high, yielding valuable aromatic timber for cabinet work, Cupressus fragrans; "Giant Arbor Vitae," 200 feet, with a diameter of 10-15 feet, Thuja gigantea; "Post Cedar," timber splits easily, endures exposure to weather, as fence posts, or takes a fine polish in cabinet work, Libocedrus decurrens; "Red Wood," timber the well-known light and durable Red-wood, Sequoia sempervirens.