(C. lambertiana Gordon, 'Lambertii') Sometimes known as Lambert's Cypress this is a variant with widespreading horizontal branches in tiers of foliage reminiscent of the Cedar of Lebanon. T. Adcock's Nursery, Geelong, Victoria and J. & J. Rules' Nursery of Richmond, Melbourne, both stocked plants under the name Cupressus horizontalis in 1857 but the name may have originated before then. Widely planted as a windbreak.