Foliage clustered near the ends of the branches.
Rounded or slightly elongated cone, 3/4 - 1" diameter, peltate scales 6-8 pairs, with a slightly elongated horn on the back of the scales. Green when young, silver brown maturing in two years.
Here is an older picture of the cultivar 'Blue Ice' in Spokane.
While I have not seen any in Santa Cruz, C. 'Raywood's Weeping', is one of may favorites.
other Cupressus, or even a juniper for that matter. Look for the bluish foliage with resin drops, larger cone (eliminates junipers) and flaky bark.
7300 Mesa Dr 2 large specimens.
in the back yard of a house on Escalona, that you can see poking over the fence from Park Ave. Maybe eventually we will see them pretty well.