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Blue Atlas Cedar Tree Canopy.
Blue Atlas Cedar
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Blue Atlas Cedar

Cedrus Atlantica 'Glauca'

  • Striking Blue-Green Needles Provide Year-Round Color
  • Unique, Horizontal Branching Creates a Captivating Form
  • Adaptable to a Range of Soil Types and Climates
  • Ideal As a Focal Point in Large Garden Spaces
  • Robust Growth and Low Maintenance Needs
Full Sun/Partial Sun
Hardiness Zones:
7 - 10
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Elevate your landscape with the majestic presence of the Blue Atlas Cedar. Native to the Atlas Mountains of Morocco and Algeria, this conifer is a spectacular addition to medium to large-sized yards, offering unparalleled ornamental value and a striking silhouette.

The Blue Atlas Cedar, known scientifically as Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca', is renowned for its stunning blue-green needles that create a dramatic visual impact in any garden setting. Its unique, horizontal branching pattern and pyramidal form make it a captivating focal point throughout the year. In addition to its beauty, the Blue Atlas Cedar is valued for its robust growth and adaptability, thriving in a range of soil types and climates.
At Moon Valley Nurseries, we are committed to providing only the finest Blue Atlas Cedars. Our expert growing practices ensure each tree is healthy, vigorous, and ready to make a statement in your landscape. We select the best specimens, guaranteeing that our Blue Atlas Cedars are of exceptional quality.

Planting a Blue Atlas Cedar in your garden introduces a sense of grandeur and timeless elegance. Whether used as a solitary specimen, part of a conifer collection, or as an anchor in a larger landscape design, the Blue Atlas Cedar is an outstanding choice. Its striking color and unique form offer year-round interest, making it a valuable and enduring addition to any outdoor space.

  • Striking Blue-Green Needles Provide Year-Round Color
  • Unique, Horizontal Branching Creates a Captivating Form
  • Adaptable to a Range of Soil Types and Climates
  • Ideal As a Focal Point in Large Garden Spaces
  • Robust Growth and Low Maintenance Needs

Every time a plant is watered, the soil should be thoroughly saturated to a depth of at least 2 to 3 feet and at least as wide as a tree well. Very slow and deep watering is always recommended. During periods of extreme heat, we advise at least 1 additional time per week of watering for all varieties. For periods of heavy rain (1/2” or more) adjust accordingly by possibly skipping a watering session for that time.

Spring

1

Time per week

Summer

2-3

Times per week

Fall

1

Time per week

Winter

1

Time per week

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