deodar cedar


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Noun1.deodar 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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Pictured here are coniferous deodar cedar in the background with Euphorbia ingens, pride of Madeira, honey bush, and century plant in the foreground.
A pair of commemorative deodar cedar trees were planted near the tennis courts, before they departed by car, heading for Dudley and the Road that would take them into Birmingham for their train south.
This year's label takes a West Coast approach with the illustration of a Deodar Cedar, or California Christmas Tree, which represents the spirit of the season and has been a San Francisco favorite for more than 150 years.
The tree depicted on the 2015 Christmas Ale is the Deodar Cedar, better known as the California Christmas Tree.
Records from the forest department of the state, which enacted its own Forest Conservation Act in 1997, reveal that the state underwent tremendous deforestation in the past five years, losing some of its most virgin forest cover, comprising rich coniferous tress like spruce, pine, fir and woodlands of deodar cedar, walnut, willow, elm and poplar.
Q: Our deodar cedar was loose in the soil so we staked it with wire around the trunk on each side.
"I'm personally watching seven years of work go up into smoke in this drought," says Maginnis, standing in front of a stately tree called the deodar cedar, planted in 1898, that he said is suffering.
I am drawn to an oldie but goodie: The deodar cedar,.
Six evergreen hedges were tested in this experiment: Red Robin Photinia (Photinia fraseri), Chinese Photinia (Photinia serrulata), oleander (Nerium indicum), bamboo (Oligostachyum lubricum), deodar cedar (Cedrus deodara), and arrowwood (Viburnum odoratissimum).
Mark Snyder, the city's urban forester, said the tree was a deodar cedar and appeared to be about 70 years old based on a rough count of its rings.
The down-sweeping, dark green needled branches, and erect, bright green cones introduce you to the deodar cedar. Although this true cedar is native of the Himalayas, it seems to be everybody's ornamental in parts of the southeast.
The estimator decided that it probably would take two hours to dig out and dispose of the deodar cedar. The estimator then determined how long it would take to do each task and showed the calculations used to estimate the labor cost for each separate task on a separate bid worksheet.