thuja gigantea, a tree which to the Indian is what the bamboo is to the Chinese.
thuja occidentalis (American arbor-vit), one of the prevailing.
A resin obtained from thuja articulata, and Juniperus communis (in warm climates).
Perhaps the scent of the thuja and the Juniperus is offensive to them.
This is very noticeable in some firs, and in the bark of the sweet chestnut (Castanea), of thuja occidentalis, and other trees.
They chisel them out of the great cedar (thuja gigantea) trees in this district, for sale to other tribes.
The canoe is carved out of a solid trunk of cedar (thuja gigantea).
Another species of arbor vitae is thuja orientalis, known also as Biota orientalis.
The thuja Cerate is a valuable application for malignant ulcers.
Callitris is a genus separated from thuja, of which only one species is as yet common in British shrubberies.