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This tree grows at a medium rate, with height increases of 13–24" per year.
At full maturity this tree grows to a height of 40–70' and a spread of 20–40'.
Hardiness Zones 7–9 (see map)
This evergreen conifer tree has a beautiful weeping habit (gracefully drooping branches). It is often found in parks, large gardens and used to line streets.
This species is the national tree in Pakistan, and it has garnered the Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society.
Needle colors can range from bluish-green or grayish-green depending on the cultivar.
Caring for your tree...
Deodar cedar is a low-maintenance tree. The only pruning that is usually needed is to remove any branches that have become dead, damaged, or diseased before new growth begins in the spring.
If you need to prune, take extreme care—it's easy to cut away too much green that won't grow back, which could lead to the tree's death.