Cedrus deodara 'Albospica ' (White Tip Deodar Cedar) * Full Sun-Part shade * Zones 5-9 * 15' tall * 12' wide Creamy ivory tipped new growth! Cedrus deodara 'Albospica' has creamy ivory-tipped new growth. It was discovered in a garden in Ireland in 1899. It has a slower growth rate than the species and develops an upright but irregular pyramidal shape. The branches are dense and covered in green needles with the youngest tip growth an attractive ivory that slowly turns green in summer. These branch tips often dangle softly downward, giving the entire tree a soft and luxurious feel. With time, the trunks and branches become very picturesque, especially when viewed from under the canopy. The female cones are held upright on the upper tree branches and are large, egg-shaped and purple-green, while the smaller male cones are elongated.
White Tip Deodar Cedar with spectacular Creamy ivory tipped new growth
An elegant large tree, particularly effective in late spring
Can be sheared to keep more compac
A white tiped form of Himalayan Cedar. A broad conical plant with white new growth blending with the green
3 - Year plant will reach 15 feet at maturity - shipped in container with soil. Hardy zone 5-8