Cedar Deodar (Cedrus deodara) is an evergreen tree that can reach 70 feet high and 20 to 40 feet wide.
Today it is a popular landscape specimen that provides year-round interest with its attractive pyramid shape and lovely green-silver color.
Cedar Deodar trees thrive in a variety of moist, well-drained soils including:
It is also tolerant to drought and prefers a location that provides full sun.
This tree is fairly fast growing, making it an excellent choice for a windbreak or for privacy on your property.
Graceful branches sweep toward the ground and then up. Two-inch long whorled needles give this tree a softer look. These needles drop in the spring, allowing for new growth.
Male trees produce catkins that hold copious amounts pollen, which is spread in the early spring. Female trees have 3-5 inch egg-shaped cones that shatter, releasing the trees seeds.
This tree lives a long time, requires little pruning, if any, and is relatively free from health issues, so once planted, it will provide maintenance-free beauty for generations.
Cedar Deodar makes a stunning focal point when three to five trees are clustered in a large, open area. Put them near the back of your property so you can enjoy the full effect from your window.
Growing Zones: 7-9
This plant is recommended for zones: 7-9
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|Step 1 - Dig Your Hole
Select a site with full to partial sun and moist or well drained soil for your Cedar Deodar.
|Step 2 - Place Your Plant
Next, separate the roots of your Cedar Deodar gently with your fingers and position them downward in the hole.
|Step 3 - Backfill Your Hole
As you backfill the hole, apply water to remove air pockets.
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