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Weeping blue Atlas cedar. A popular specimen tree, noted for its densely arranged vertical hanging branches great for near a pond/lake or overhanging large rockeries/banks etc. Dense clusters of..
Deodar cedar. The largest of all the cedars. Native to the western himalayas this tree can reach heights of 200ft (60m) with a spread of 30ft (9m). It has a spire like crown often with lower branch..
Very useful dwarf weeping form of deodar cedar. Graceful arching branches hold blue green needles on this weeping conifer. These are grafted onto 1m stems making them ideal for statement plants in ..
Cedar of Lebanon. An elegant tree with wide-spreading branches, conical when young, flat-topped when old. Sharply pointed grey-green leaves. Barrel-shaped green-brown cones. Max. Height 40m. Max. S..
Dwarf Cedar of Lebanon. An unusual and very special dwarf conifer. Slow growing reaching a height of no more than 1m in 15 years. Short, pointed, deep green needles adorn layered branches. Shy to f..
A slow growing form of lawsons cypress with attractive cream flecks to the glaucous green foliage. Loose sprays of branches with an eventual height and spread to around 8m x 3m. 10 year height and ..
Beautiful conical shaped blue conifer with a 10 year height and spread to around 1.5m x 60cm and an eventual height and spread to around 8m x 2m. Grows in most soils.