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The almond tree is a plant species from the genus Prunus in the family of the rose plants. Its stone fruit, the almond, is used by man in a variety of ways, mainly as a food and a cosmetics. The almond grows as a summer-green tree or shrub and reaches heights of (2 to) 3 to 6 (to 8) meters. The bark of young branches is bare, the previous year is brownish, later greyish-brown to greyish-black. The branches are upright or horizontally spread with many short branches. The brownish, egg-shaped winter buds are 3 to 5 millimeters long and glabrous.
The pine grows as a tree, which can reach heights of 25 to 30 meters and chest height of up to 1.9 meters. The stem is cylindrically shaped and often forms Zwiesel. The branches are arranged in a coarse arrangement and directed upwards. Both the freestanding trees as well as the stock are subject to a thorough cleansing of the tribe. The crown is rather round to 25 or 30 years of age. The typical pyramidal shield shape is assumed to be about 50 years old. As she gets older she flattens more and more. Side gears are only formed on the sprout tip.
Cypresses are evergreen trees or shrubby growing woody plants. The growth forms of the cypress species and cultivations vary from dwarfed to tall, from hanging to columnar, from high-crowned to full-bodied. Its rapid growth and dense foliage make it a suitable windbreak. The scaly leaves are crisscrossed in four rows on the branches, rarely alternating in threes in Wirteln in six rows.