deodar cedar

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Synonyms for deodar cedar

tall East Indian cedar having spreading branches with nodding tips

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How well your deodar cedar recovers depends on a number of factors, including the severity of the injury and the conditions present at the site.
We chose Red Robin Photinia (Photinia fraseri) as a sample for broad-leaved plants and deodar cedar (Cedrus deodara) for needle-like or scalelike-leaved plants so that we might study the relationship between the arrangement of the foliage and their ability to reduce noise (Fang & Ling, 2003, 2005; MartinezSalaa et al.
For example, in Appendix H the estimator determined that it would take two worker-hours to dig out a deodar cedar.
Deodar cedar is not a good choice because it often has problems with cedar needle blight during wet and foggy springs.
LOOK FOR: Deodar cedar, Arizona cypress, Douglas fir, Monterey pine, and Sierra redwood.
Cedrus deodara `Feelin' Blue': An outstanding selection of the Deodar cedar made in Boskoop, Holland, in 1987.
This striking arrangement is made with prunings from cotoneaster, deodar cedar, and juniper.
There are trees which speak to us of loss and mourning in their very shape and posture: deodar cedar from the Himalyas, the pendulous European beech and weeping Higan cherry.
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.
Also look for a huge Deodar cedar (Cedrus deodara) near Arlington House (the Custis-Lee mansion), which overlooks the cemetery.
The nursery offers other conifers, including Colorado blue spruce, deodar cedar, Douglas fir, and coast redwood.
Dense shrubbery can provide shelter, as can brush piles, thickets of rugosa roses, or tall evergreen trees such as coast live oak, deodar cedar, or redwood.
Deodar cedar is one of the most graceful trees anywhere.
For the base material, gather clippings from evergreen shrubs and trees with thick, shiny, or textured leaves, or use a variety of conifers (Douglas fir, fir, pine, and redwood hold needles longer than deodar cedar, spruce, or Western hemlock).
Ornamental trees are Japanese black pine, Mediteranean fan palms, Ficus benjamina, arborvitae, and deodar cedar.