Scientific Name: Cedrus atlatica glauca
Nativity: Atlas Mountains of Africa
Doing well in Morocco, but in serious decline in Algeria. It has been heavily exploited in Algeria for use as lumber. Additionally, overgrazing and repeated burning have left the population decimated. A series of droughts have also left the Algerian population in poor condition. The ‘Pendula’ cultivar is the weeping variety.
DBH: 20.9 inches