Himalayan cedar

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Related to Himalayan cedar: Cedrus deodara
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Noun1.Himalayan cedar - tall East Indian cedar having spreading branches with nodding tips; highly valued for its appearance as well as its timber
true cedar, cedar tree, cedar - any cedar of the genus Cedrus
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The pass was crowned with dense, dark forest--deodar, walnut, wild cherry, wild olive, and wild pear, but mostly deodar, which is the Himalayan cedar; and under the shadow of the deodars stood a deserted shrine to Kali--who is Durga, who is Sitala, who is sometimes worshipped against the smallpox.
A select retreat in a sunlit mountain spur amidst a thick forest of the Himalayan Cedar trees overlooking a gorgeous valley, distinctively designed for leisure, recreation, family and corporate bonding, adventure, golf and conferences.
In the International Gallery, "Turquoise Mountain: Artists Transforming Afghanistan" features a recreated courtyard made with more than three tons of hand-carved Himalayan cedar to evoke the vibrant marketplace of Old Kabul, along with artisans demonstrating their skills in jewelry making, woodworking, calligraphy, ceramics, carpet weaving and more.
Conifer tree species include West Himalayan fir (Abies pindrow) West Himalayan spruce (Picea smithiana) Himalayan cedar (Cedrus deodara) Himalayan white pine (Pinus wallichiana) chir pine (Pinus roxburghii) yew (Taxus wallichiana) and junipers (Juniperus spp.).
Let me share a secret with you, which is nestled deep within a forest of Himalayan cedar, rhododendron, pine trees and surrounded by snow capped mountains.
(Deodar cedar or Himalayan cedar), a member of Pinaceae, is native to Western Himalayas in Eastern Afghanistan, North Pakistan, North Central India, south western-most Tibat and Wesetrn Nipal.
The Kalash Valleys have extensive forests of oak and Himalayan cedar growing on hilltops around the flowing streams, while the mouth watering fruits like walnut, apricot, pear and mulberry are found abundantly along these places.
These include Cedar of Lebanon, Norway spruce, oak, beech, Scots pine, yew, sycamore, ash, horse chestnut, weeping willow, silver birch and Himalayan cedar.
Simon Gulliver, the head of plants at the gardens, showed me a magnificent, multi-trunked Himalayan cedar tree, planted from 1851 seeds given by James Watt Jr.
Simon showed me a magnifi-cent, multi-trunked Himalayan cedar tree, planted from 1851 seeds given by James Watt Jr.