Atlas cedar


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Atlas cedar

n.
A tall evergreen tree (Cedrus atlantica) of northern Africa, having green to silvery-blue foliage and widely grown as an ornamental.

[After the Atlas Mountains.]
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Noun1.Atlas cedar - tall Algerian evergreen of Atlas mountains with blue-green leavesAtlas cedar - tall Algerian evergreen of Atlas mountains with blue-green leaves; widely planted as an ornamental
true cedar, cedar tree, cedar - any cedar of the genus Cedrus
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The estimated quantities of seed and planting material that the employer intends to claim are as follows: - atlas cedar seeds - 12 kilograms.
THE weeping blue Atlas cedar starts small and ends up huge.
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The EU-funded trial will grow species including English oak, Scots pine, silver birch and sweet chestnut as well as more unusual trees such as the Atlas cedar and Monterey, Macedonian and Maritime pines.
Dwarf pine Dwarf spruce Pot up Weeping blue atlas cedar Japanese cedar Juniperus squamata In the mix Chelsea Flower Show award-winning garden designed by Chris Bodle
Other species in the park include atlas cedar, Norway maple, snake bark maple, yew, laburnum, Japanese cherry, Austrian pine and plenty of wonderfully tall common lime trees.
The sculpted head of the poet directs its gaze toward an artfully pruned blue atlas cedar tree she calls Aothe Blue PrincessAo.
To work out what the global climate was doing 1000 years ago during the so-called "Medieval Warm Period", Trouet and colleagues started by looking at the annual growth rings of Moroccan Atlas cedar trees and of a stalagmite that grew in a Scottish cave beneath a peat bog.
There's a statue in the heart of downtown erected in homage to Pre, but it's hidden behind the Chamber of Commerce building and beneath a blue atlas cedar tree.