Cedrus Deodara Plant. A true cedar native to areas in afghanistan to india, deodar cedar is the most commonly grown of the cedrus genus. Deodar cedars are pyramidal when young due to their pointed top.
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Deodar cedars are pyramidal when young due to their pointed top.
Annuals conifers crape myrtles fern fruit grasses groundcovers hardgoods herb perennials rose shrubs trees vines. It has naturally well shaped pyramidal form and is one of the most heat tolerant conifer species available. Tips of new growth are whitish, later yellowish and finally green.
Conifer, evergreen, slow to moderate growth rate, about 10 ft (3 m) high in 10 years, 30 ft (9 m) at maturity.
This evergreen makes an excellent landscape specimen tree if space is available. Deodar cedar grows best in acidic, loamy, well drained, sandy to clay soils. Transplanted it easily if it has been root pruned.
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Forestfarm.com carries cedrus deodara, also known as miles high. Grown on site, we ship nationwide. Its form is broadly pyramidal when young, its pendulous branches become wide and spreading, as its central leader often dies out.
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As the tree matures it produces less vigorous new growth and the white tipped branches become less noticeable. Ad from flowering plants to succulents, our unique collection is perfect for any occasion. It is hardy to zone (uk) 8.
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Send lasting smiles with a plant gift that will grow and flourish from 1800flowers®. Its height at the age of 20 usually reaches up to 10 m, while at full maturity it reaches 20 m, and sometimes, in its natural niches, 30 to 60 m. Cedrus deodara is an evergreen tree growing to 33 m (108ft) by 10 m (32ft) at a medium rate.