Cedars are majestic representatives of evergreen conifers. At first glance, their irregular construction will attract wide crowns. There are 4 basic species, the most suitable for our climate are the Cedars of Atlas and Lebanon.
Lebanese cedar is a massive conifer. It has dark green needles, which with a slight hint of blue-green resemble larch, but do not fall. Branches grow densely from the ground. With age they form typical, almost horizontal floors of branches irregularly diverging sideways.
Claims: tolerates any well-drained soil including calcareous soil. It needs a place in the sun, but it is protected from the sharp winter winds. Its frost resistance is not as good as that of the Atlantic, but it can withstand frosts down to -25 ° C except in areas with tough, long winters.