Blue Atlas Cedar, Cedrus atlantica glauca
Location: Clive Square
Significance: Medium to large specimen
A large growing species, the Blue Atlas Cedar is rarely allowed to grow to maturity on private properties. This medium to large-sized tree in Clive Square is more than 65 years old. The largest specimen in a city reserve, its shape is marred by the Canary Island Date Palm growing alongside.
This species is native to the Atlas Mountains of Algeria and Morocco.
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