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.
Cedrus atlantica comes from the Atlas Mountains and was named accordingly. It has deep silver-blue, evergreen larch-like needles. They are smaller than other cedars and grow in dense clumps of 30-45 needles! Cedar has been densely populated from the ground since his youth. When placed in the sun, it retains these lower branches in adulthood.
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. Fully hardy to min. -24 ° C, sometimes up to -28 ° C.