Plant of the Week: Blue Atlas Cedar

Blue Atlas Cedar: Tree

Hardiness Zones: 6-9
Exposure: Full Sun
Average Size: 40-60′ tall & 30-40′ wide, but very slow growing

Foliage: Evergreen with silvery blue needles

Resistant to: Drought

Pests/Problems: No issues, but heavy snow could break branches

Cultivars:
Blue Atlas Cedar: Upright tree with an open branch structure
Serpentine: Trained into an ‘s’ shape which creates an amazing focal point
Cascade: Weeping branches. Great for planting over a boulder.

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