Lower surface of the foliage, showing the area where the stomates are located.
The bark on very young stems is green, becoming brown within a year or two and eventually gray colored. They will develop a fibrous bark after many years.
Corner of Club House Dr and Murray Ave. in RDM. At this house you can also see a very large Sequoiadendron gigantea, 2 Chamaecyparis lawsoniana, Cedrus atlantica glauca and a Cornus capitata, and a small Abies grandis, Across the street you will see Sciadoptys verticillata and Pinus wallichiana. Around the corner on RDM Blvd you can see a nice Calocedrus decurrens and down the road toward the highway you can see a large Taxus baccata 'Fastigiata'.
Across the street from 217 Mar Vista Drive in Seacliff just over the fence in the trailer park.
216 Marnell Ave
There is one at the Arboretum at UCSC as well.