Cedrus libani var. stenecoma

Stenocoma Lebanon Cedar From mountainous southwest Turkey, the subspecies, Cedrus libani var. stenocoma displays better cold hardiness than other forms, making it useful for Northern climates. Like the species, the dark green conifer changes from a pyramidal form in youth to a flat-topped, picturesque tree with stiff, horizontal branches and a massive trunk in maturity. Attractive, broadly columnar, […]

Cedrus libani subsp. brevifolia ‘Kenwith’

Kenwith Lebanon Cedar Cedrus libani subsp. brevifolia ‘Kenwith’ has a natural full-sized tree form in a tiny package. Small rich green needles are in perfect scale to the short erect branches. A slight inward curve to the branches give the plant some added interest. An exceptional conifer for container plantings where a miniature landscape is the goal. […]

Cedrus libani ‘Glauca Pendula’

Weeping Blue Lebanon Cedar The irregular, upright Cedrus libani ‘Glauca Pendula’ produces a graceful, vertical form with long, pendulous branches covered with long, stiff, dark green needles. The slow-growing tree develops an impressive stature with a large trunk, wide, spreading branches and a flat-topped crown. Barrel-shaped cones add interest. Garden Size: 25’H x 15’W Large: 15+″/year Broad Upright […]

Cedrus deodara ‘Snow Sprite’

Snow Sprite Deodar Cedar This irregularly mounding, compact conifer sends out ivory white new growth that turns creamy yellow. Cedrus deodar ‘Snow Sprite’ is a unique, mid-size plant that develops a leader with age, but stays small and compact compared to the species. It is best grown in part shade where the bright foliage will practically “glow […]

Cedrus deodara ‘Prostrate Beauty’

Prostrate Beauty Deodar Cedar Cedrus deodar ‘Prostrate Beauty’ combines a spreading, horizontal habit with distinctive, blue foliage. This mid-size conifer is nearly flat when young but eventually develops a leader that may be pruned to maintain a low, spreading form. New blue-green needles keep their soft, feathery look as they mature. Found at Iseli Nursery in 1979, […]

Cedrus deodara ‘Kashmir’

Kashmir Deodar Cedar Improved winter hardiness and long, blue-green needles distinguish the noteworthy Cedrus deodara ‘Kashmir’. Elegantly arching, pendulous branches with softly textured foliage add strength and character to large landscapes. Grow in full sun with space to be admired. Garden Size: 25’H x 15’W Large: 15+″/year Broad Upright Zone 7 Bluish Green Conifer Full Sun Download a printable point of […]

Cedrus deodara ‘Gold Cone’

Gold Cone Deodar Cedar Golden yellow, outer needles and bluish green, inner needles on the pendulous branches of the large, graceful, Cedrus deodara ‘Gold Cone’ produce a big, bright accent in the landscape. A relatively fast grower, ‘Gold Cone’ becomes a large tree, similar to the species, but with a more upright habit and a smaller footprint. Garden […]

Cedrus deodara ‘Gold Cascade’

Gold Cascade Deodar Cedar Strongly cascading branches are sunny side up on Cedrus deodara ‘Gold Cascade’. The foliage is yellow on top and light green on lower or inner branches. When young the desirable tree is naturally spreading. With time it slowly matures into a broad upright tree but with selective pruning it can also be maintained […]

Cedrus atlantica ‘Silberspitz’

Silver Atlas Cedar Cedrus atlantica ‘Silberspitz’ is an upright, relatively narrow form of Atlas Cedar that produces creamy white (silver) new growth tips. These stand out against the blue-green, inner needles on older branches, that fill in and give trees a stately, mature look. In fall, new growth puts on burnished yellow tones for winter. Cedrus atlantica ‘Silberspitz’ […]

Cedrus atlantica ‘Horstmann’

Horstmann Atlas Cedar This compact German selection offers the same striking, powder-blue foliage color as the popular Blue Atlas Cedar (Cedrus atlantica ‘Glauca’). Cedrus atlantica ‘Horstmann’ is a slow-growing, intermediate-size tree which maintains a smaller stature. Horstmann Atlas Cedar grows about 6-8″ a year and makes an attractive, small tree with considerable presence for the smaller garden. Ascending […]