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Cedrusdeodara Deodar Cedar1

Fact SheetST-134 November 1993 Cedrusdeodara Figure1. Young Deodar Cedar. Deodar Cedar 1 EdwardF. Gilmanand Dennis G. Watson 2 INTRODUCTION With its pyramidal shape, soft grayish-green (or blue) needles and drooping branches, this cedar makes a graceful specimen or accent tree (Fig. 1).

Introducing Cedrus deodara 'Shalimar'

The Arboretum also had another deodar cedar, which had been selected from a seed batch as exhibiting greater tolerance to our climatic conditions. The seeds had been obtained in India by Mr. Henry Hosmer, a member of the Friends of the Arnold Arboretum who traveled to India and Afghanistan during the autumn of 1964.

(D. Don.) G. Don Pinaceae

Cedrus deodara Pinaceae (D. Don.) G. Don diar, deodar Bark at Hosmers Grove Maui, Hawaii (Forest & Kim Starr) Tree at Strybing Arboretum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA.

Use and Management

ENH294 Cedrus deodara ‘Kashmir’: ‘Kashmir’ Deodar Cedar 1 Edward F. Gilman and Dennis G. Watson 2 1. This document is ENH294, one of a series of the Environmental Horticulture, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural

Deodar Weavil

INTRODUCTION The Deodar weevil, Pissodes nemorensis , was first detected in South Africa in 1942. Its first appearance was in pine plantations in the southern Cape and it is now widely distributed in all pine growing areas.

Garden Center

Blue Deodar Cedar J&L J&L J&L J&L J&L Garden Center The All Season Gift and Garden Center 620 N 500 W Bountiful, Ut 801-292-0421 www.JLGardenCenter.com info@JLGardenCenter.com Fir Trees Abies balsamea 'nana' - DWARF BALSAM FIR Slow growing rounded shrub.

Data Sheets on Quarantine Pests

Fontaine, M.S.; Foltz, J.L.; Nation, J.L. (1983) Reproductive anatomy and seasonal development of the deodar weevil Pissodes nemorensis in north Florida.

Climate and soil

Climate and soil Microstylis wallichii thrives well in moist, shady places covered with thick leaf litter deposits in dense oak-deodar forest zone.

City of La Cañada Flintridge

The City has designated five trees to be protected under the Municipal Code: native California Oak, Sycamore, Deodar Cedar, Chinese Elm, and California Pepper.

UK SportS Architect Ure & engineering

POPUlOUS 14 BlAdES COURT dEOdAR ROAd lONdON SW15 2NU TEl: +44 (0)20 8874 7666 www.populous.com The O2, Dublin To provide a sustainable future for this famous listed warehouse the interior hall was converted into a unique elliptical amphitheatre auditorium, while retaining the building's essential features.