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Cedar Conifer Trees | Cedrus

Cedar trees have been popular in the UK since the 1740's, when they became the number one choice for the affluent in the UK. Favoured for their pyramidal shape and majestic appearance, they were planted around almost every stately home or mansion. Nowadays you can see them in much more modestly sized gardens and for a less formal appearance, consider one of the weeping varieties such as Cedrus libani 'Blue Fountain'.

Our range of evergreen Cedar trees come in a variety of colours, perfect for providing interest and cover all year round. Their striking shades from silvery-blue to golden-yellow make them perfect as feature trees. Their evergreen foliage consists of soft, almost fern-like needles, is particularly dense, especially when the trees are young.

Although there are merely five true members of the Cedar family, there are many known cultivars found all over the world, often in mountainous regions. Cedar trees are therefore generally very hardy plants. They tend to be resistant to disease and will grow in many positions as well as a range of different soil types. Their optimum position however is one of full sun or partial shade, and they prefer a soil that is moist yet well-drained.

Interesting Facts About Cedar Trees

  • In the Middle Ages, the wood of Cedar trees was used in the production of canoes, weapons, boxes, bowls and baskets. Cedar bark was even used to make blankets and capes
  • Nowadays, Cedar bark is used to produce pencils
  • The Cedar of Lebanon tree was used to build the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem, as well as temples and ships of the Egyptian Pharaohs. This species is now the emblem of Lebanon and is present on the country's flag
  • Cedar trees can live for up to 300 years
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