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Four years of Cedrus atlantica 'Mt. Saint Catherine'

Posted by firefightergardener 7/8 (fletchonthemove@hotmail.com) on
Thu, Sep 13, 12 at 22:24

Hello folks. I haven't been around lately and now my girlfriend has my camera with her for a bit as well, but I'll still add a few of these time-lapse shots for a few cultivars this month.

Cedrus libani var. atlantica 'Mt. Saint Catherine' - Very very choice, hard to grow and sometimes hard to propogate, this tiny cedar has wonderful color, a prostrate, mounding form and grows about an inch/3 cm's a year.

2009 - Graft from Coenosium Gardens.
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-Will


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RE: Four years of Cedrus atlantica 'Mt. Saint Catherine'

Beautiful, Will!
I also love to see that as your plant grows, your labels change..
Glad to see she now has a proper name!
Thanks for sharing.

-Sam


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RE: Four years of Cedrus atlantica 'Mt. Saint Catherine'

Good to see you back. Get another camera!


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