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Blue Atlas Cedar, Weeping Form – Identified

Q: Any idea what type of tree this is? A: It’s a weeping Blue Atlas cedar, Cedrus atlantica ‘Glauca Pendula’. The weeping, contorted shape is certainly an eye-catcher! This tree can do well here if it is planted correctly.With your shovel loosen an area 8 feet in diameter. Add 1 inch of expanded slate (PermaTill) […]
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