Atlas cedar

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Synonyms for Atlas cedar

tall Algerian evergreen of Atlas mountains with blue-green leaves

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Somber and dignified blue atlas cedar from the mountains of Algeria and Morocco, the hardy yet ethereal Japanese maple.
ATLAS CEDAR (Cedrus atlantica) Tufted clusters of short, bluish green needles are arranged along graceful branches on an upright, pyramidal tree.
Other short-needled conifers for this use include Arizona cypress, Atlas cedar, Douglas fir, and noble fir.
The 65ft Atlas Cedar, in Linden Road, was planted by Dame Elizabeth Cadbury in 1948, to celebrate her 90th birthday.
Bright cotoneaster berries fringe a shapely Atlas cedar in pitted burnt-orange pots.
Weeping blue Atlas cedar (Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca Pendula').
The 65ft Atlas Cedar, in Linden Road, was originally planted by Dame Elizabeth Cadbury in 1948 to celebrate her 90th birthday.
The deodar cedar stretches out its long, horizontal limbs to do a graceful hula each time a stiff breeze blows through them, adding motion to the garden; its cousin, weeping Atlas cedar, makes a sculptural accent above lower-growing plants.
Weeping Atlas cedar (Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca Pendula').
She starts by anchoring the arrangement with a single plant that can live year to year and look attractive in every season-a weeping blue Atlas cedar, Japanese aralia, or sago palm, for instance.
You'll need branches of various lengths; try blue atlas cedar, Douglas fir, juniper, pine, or redwood.
Their sizes vary from dainty through midsize to stately--mayten, acacia, and blue Atlas cedar, for example.
Alex's granddad planted three young Blue Atlas cedars at Lijssenthoek in 1923, one of which forms a magnificent backdrop to the Stone of Remembrance.
Properly positioned evergreens, especially light-colored blue and silver ones, such as deodar cedars and Atlas cedars, can create a dimension of depth.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh planted two New Zealand Blue Atlas cedars in the grounds in 1954.