|Grid reference||ST 17650 79839|
|Common name||Blue cedar|
|Common name||Blue Atlas cedar|
|Origin||Atlas Mnts, Morocco and Algeria|
|Status||Glamorgan Champion 2015|
|Height||27M March 2015|
|Girth||362cm March 2015|
This tree is on the eastern side of the pond. Immediately behind it is the Sequoiadendron giganteum.
General tree description for Cedrus atlantica Glauca Group
Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca' is a form of the Atlas cedar with silvery blue/green foliage.
General tree description for Cedrus atlantica
Cedrus atlantica is a large tree in both height and spread, growing up to 38 metres tall, with a narrow flat top when mature. Its bark is grey and closely cracked. The leaves are green or grey green, and short (2 to 3.5cm long). They grow densely on long branches that gently ascend at first, and then become more horizontal. The cones are barrel-shaped, 5 to 7cm long, appearing in the late summer.