Cedrus atlanticaA large and graceful evergreen conifer that changes from a pyramidal habit in youth to a broad, flat-topped, picturesque tree with a massive trunk. Although the species has a green to slightly bluish green color, the variety glauca which has a very strong bluish color, is more commonly used.
|Habit:||Pyramidal and somewhat open in youth with a stiff, erect or slightly leaning leader, developing into a flat-topped, picturesque, loose, open and spreading tree with strong horizontal branching. It is a very graceful and beautiful tree.|
|Size:||40-60' high, heights of 100' or more are possible|
|Color:||Bluish green for species|
|Hardiness:||Zone 7a USDA|
|Habitat:||Atlas mountains of Algeria and Morocco|