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Atlas Cedar tree (Cedrus Atlantica) arboretum
Atlas Cedar tree (Cedrus Atlantica) arboretum Atlas Cedar tree (Cedrus Atlantica) arboretum

Atlas Cedar tree (Cedrus Atlantica) arboretum

£46.80


Atlas Cedar-Cedars are familiar trees that speak very much for themselves. They all become huge, and they all have layered evergreen foliage. Atlas cedar is the tallest, often with several lofty stems at the centre of a tiered flat-topped crown. The needles are slightly greyer than those of Lebanon cedar but the difference is debatable. The two are probably only geographic races of the same thing. Indeed some authorities list atlantica as a variety of Lebanon Cedar. This tree was discovered by Philip Baker Webb in Morocco in 1827 and introduced to Britain in about 1844. It is hardy to -17;C and withstands dry soils and city pollution. It makes a bold statement in the landscape but may be to artificial for many situations. Very old trees tend to break up branch by branch each winter and become unsightly.

Size: in 10 yrs=8meters - 20yrs=15metres-event.hgt=30 metres
Environment: Prefers moist, deep soils, but tolerant of dry, Sandy soils. Full sun is best. tolerant of pollution, urban conditions. Needs protection from winds.
Key Features: Evergreen very large tree usually found in large grounds, parks.
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Atlas Cedar tree (Cedrus Atlantica) 90-120 potted £50.40 £46.80 £46.80 £46.80 £46.80
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