Besides, I was already planning to, and actually already have, performed several wired bends for bonsai purposes anyway so not a major issue. Downy young shoots. Once it’s started to hit its stride, the Blue Atlas produces barrel-shaped male cones that are about 2-3” long on the lower branches; browning, from green, over a period of two years. It looks pretty manageable, but knowledge of its growth habits is essential for it to become an asset rather than a liability in the landscape. Before purchasing we recommend viewing our Policy Page for shipping, size and warranty information. ... Cedrus atlantica 'Horstmann' Dwarf Blue Atlas Cedar New ! Landscaping Plants Oregon Trees Trees To Plant Farm Landscaping Landscape Conifers Garden Plants Backyard Landscaping Blue Atlas Cedar. Although some trees have the word "cedar" in their name, true cedars are members of the Cedrus family. Weeping blue atlas cedar is the prostrate form of blue atlas cedar. I still have snow on one part of my lawn. Juniperus scopulorum ‘Blue Arrow’ This is one of the new wave of exciting new blue conifers. Large cones that sit up on stems. Choosing plants that grow and thrive in your particular climate is the very first step toward having a beautiful garden. It is a focal point and specimen in the garden and quite the conversation piece for its shape and irregular weeping pattern resembling a cascading waterfall. Learn more > USDA Zone: 6-9. Welcome to the famous Dave's Garden website. Blueberry Smoothie™ Hibiscus 'Rose of Sharon' Slenderina® Weeping Blue Spruce. Today, after a period of 3 days of rain, I see some faint green coming from a few places. The Blue Atlas Cedar can be found in its natural habit in the Atlas Mountains in northwest Africa. Location NYC [ QUOTE ] Don't think I would disfigure the natural shape of this tree like suggested above whether or not a branch will survive. Long story short, the tree looks ridiculous where I planted it and I would like to move it into a planting bed on the east side of our house. This is the "back" of the tree. The willow ‘Pendula Waterfall’ lives up to its name with gently cascading branches. Zone: 6 – 9. Add to evergreen borders for both form and foliage contrast. In general, cedar trees grow in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 6 through 9, although this can vary by species and cultivar. Cedrus atlantica 'Sapphire Nymph' _ Atlas Cedar _ STARTING AT: $54.99 In stock What do these sizes mean? Its pendulous branches have bright green leaves that are slightly twisted. Its silvery blue to bluish-green needles are eye-catching in any landscape, and it develops an attractive, rugged form when given the space to grow freely. Blue Atlas Cedar has densely spaced, stunning, silver blue needles. A moderate grower, 6-8 in. 1 Gallon. Synonyms: C. atlantica (Glauca Group) C. libani subsp. The blue a tlas cedar is a fairly quick growing conifer with elegant ascending branches. The tree’s silvery blue to bluish-green needles, about 1 1/2” long, can be stiff and clustered. Found in France around 1867. Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar. Contemplating the purchase of a Blue Atlas Cedar from a local nursery. Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar is a dramatically different form of Cedar. and a spread of 15ft.. Genus: Cedrus. Green Twist White Pine. Full sun. My Blue Atlas cedar is also 25 years old and I just found this thread cause I have the same problem after this brutal winter in Connecticut. It has a loose pyramidal form when young, and its striking green or bluish-green foliage, along with its long branches, spread rapidly, becoming flat-topped with age. Views: 112 Feb 4, 2012 #6 Adkpk Well-Known Member.