Cedrus, Cedrus atlantica glauca
Cedrus ‘Blue Cedar’ Weeping 16″ Pot
Cedrus atlantica glauca
A fast-growing, irregular weeping selection of Atlas cedar with dense, cloaked branches holding clusters of powdery steel-blue needles. Its form is extremely controllable with training; often seen treated as espalier, ground cover, or most-often as a magnificent solitary specimen. This is definitely not a dwarf conifer. Terminals can extend up to 60 cm on a yearly basis and, over time, will become a massive tree. It is extremely tolerant of poor conditions and for best performance, must be positioned in full sun.