Blue Weeping Atlas Cedar

Cedrus atlantica ‘Glauca Pendula’

A superior tree. It can be expected to perform very well in Keizer.


This weeping conifer is grown for its dramatic, drooping form which makes this a wonderful accent plant for any landscape.


Weeping Blue Atlas cedar is a slow growing evergreen with icy-blue needles borne on a horizontal stem off of pendant branches. It grows very slowly to an eventual width of 15’-20’, after having first been staked up and then allowed to flow downward like a stream over a waterfall. It was first originated in Chatenay, France before 1900.

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