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Himalayan Cedar

Notable Tree Himalayan Cedar, Cedrus deodara.Himalayan Cedar, Cedrus deodara

Location: Clive Square
Significance: Medium to large specimen

Like the Blue Atlas Cedar on the adjoining lawn, the Himalayan Cedar is rarely allowed to grow to full size in private gardens. This good-sized specimen is more than 65 years old and can be easily seen by the public.

Deodar Cedars are native to the western Himalayas. They are now almost extinct over much of their original range because of the felling of trees for timber and firewood.

 

Cedrus deodara, Himalayan Cedar (Clive Square) Location Map

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