In the northeast triangle there is a Cupressus nootkatensis, also called yellow cypress or yellow cedar, as described in the Wikipedia entry here.
Yellow cypress in the northeast triangle
Yellow cypress factoids:
This plant is not a cedar, in the genus Cedrus like our Cedar of Lebanon, but a cypress in the family Cupressaceae.
The nootkatensis refers to its first discovery by Europeans on the lands of the Nuu-chah-nulth people near Vancouver, Canada. These people were formerly called the Nootka.
It is an evergreen conifer, with the cones looking like round, small, spiked berries.
Our specimen's pendulous or weeping growth habit makes it look sad.
Flattened scaly needles/leaves with round spiky berries or cones