|Grid reference||ST 17818 83829|
|Common name||Cyprian cedar|
|Status||Wales Champion 2013|
|Height||21M August 2015|
|Girth||147cm May 2015|
This tree is at the south west end of the lower park, approximately 23M from the end of the twisted steel railing. Its foliage is well out of reach.
General tree description
Cedrus brevifolia is a medium sized tree, believed to grow up to 23 metres, relatively small among the cedars. It has a sparse apearance, with a rough spire shape and an open crown of horizontal branches. The bark is grey and the foliage bluish or bright green. The leaves are very short, 1 to 2.5cm long, and on old trees may be even shorter - 7 to 15mm long. The cones are barrel-shaped and around 7cm long.