Cedrus atlantica “Glauca”

Cedrus atlantica “Glauca”
Cedrus atlantica “Glauca”

Plant type

Small tree

Common name
Cedro blu


Family
Pinaceae


Tag

    Habitus

  • Small tree

    Sun Exposition

  • Half-shadow
  • Sun

    Leaf Persistance

  • Evergreen

    Flower Colour

  • Non significant

    Flowering Period

  • 10-October
  • 09-September

    Climatic Zone

  • 9

    Continent of Origin

  • Africa

Origin: Algeria, Morocco

Botanical characteristics: It is an conical evergreen conifer up to 40m high. It has a grey-green bark. It has needle-like leaves 2.5 cm long, grouped in clumps of 30-40 glaucous green needles.
Cones are erect, 60-10 cm long with concave apex, at first green, then brown.

Agronomic and environmental characteristics: It prefers dry and permeable soils and has a good resistance to atmospheric pollution.

Use: It is a plant that can be used in large places, alone or in groups. Often it is used in English historical garden.