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Cedar - Atlas / Size 1
STRIKING CEDAR SPECIMEN WITH GOOD BLUISH GREEN FOLIAGE
*Availability Status: Currently sold out - Available at a later date
*Average Plant Shipping Size: 12"-18" tall
*No Shipments to California, Alaska, or Hawaii
PLANT DESCRIPTIONS & FACTS
An excellent Cedar variety that makes an absolutely handsome specimen tree. Bluish green needle foliage is very eye catching, and will become most intense through fertilization and application of organic humus & mulches on a regular basis. Has a wide range of preferences - does well in slightly dry, arid locations.....but also has shown itself to deal very well with the higher heat & humidity of the southeast as well. When given ample room, and time to fully mature this tree will have few rivals in anyone's landscape.
Plant Facts & Specifications
45 - 60 ft
15 - 20 ft
Moderate ( 6"-10" avg per yr )
6-9 Severe damage occurs below -5°F ( if unsure of your zone, please use zone finder below - or check out our
Hardiness Zone Map & Information Page
Full to partial sun
Average to acidic - moist & loamy - well drained. Will tolerate clay soils if there is no stagnant moisture.
Foliage Color & Texture:
Evergreen - Needle like foliage is approx 2" long at maturity, and a beautiful silvery bluish green in color. Blue hues can be maximized through proper feeding, and planting in soil with high organic content.
Flower, Cone, Or Berry Facts:
Cones - rather short cones......often 2" to 3" long, by 1 1/2" to 2" wide. Unique feature in most Cedars is that the cones located strictly on the top side of the branches, and are held upright as if standing straight up towards the sky. Atlas Cedar cones require two years to mature - starting off a glaucous green color, and eventually ripening into brown.
Diseases / Insects:
In all honesty, rarely any disease or pest problems are generally ever observed in cultivation. Rare instances of the following have been reported.......and mostly observed in older, native specimens: Tip blight, root rots, black scale and Deodar weevil.
Deer Resistance Rating:
Lowest Resistance [ 1 - 2 - 3 -
- 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 -
- 10 ] Highest Resistance
Fertilization / Feeding:
For maximum health & hardiness, we highly recommend
for use with all of evergreen species. However, either water soluble ( Miracle Gro, or equivalent ), or granular fertilizers ( Holly Tone is excellent ) are also good options. Most any granular fertilizers with a 6-12-12, or 10-10-10 ratio are also acceptable. Best to fertilize in early spring, and again in mid fall - avoid feeding standard chemical fertilizers during hot summer months, and directly after transplanting.
may be used at anytime.
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