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Blue Atlas Cedar Bonsai
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Blue Atlas Cedar Bonsai

$149.00

The Blue Atlas Cedar (Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca') bonsai is a hardy conifer that makes a beautiful bonsai. The Cedar has a mild spicy scented wood that has beautiful cracking characteristics to the bark. This bonsai produces silvery blue needles that are clustered together on shoots, making dense foliage. The foliage has a waxy layer to protect the needles from drying out. The cedar is a fairly easy bonsai to grow.

Blue Atlast Cedar Bonsai arrives in a 8" pot and measures approximately 14"-18" in height potted.

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TheBlue Atlas Cedar (Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca') bonsai is a hardy conifer that makes a beautiful bonsai. The Cedar has a mild spicy scented wood that has beautiful crackingcharacteristics to the bark. This bonsai produces silvery blue needles that are clustered together on shoots, making dense foliage. The foliage has a waxylayer to protect the needles from drying out. The cedar is a fairly easy bonsai to grow.

Blue Atlast Cedar Bonsai arrives in a 8" pot and measures approximately 14"-18" in height potted.

Care Information

Cedars tolerate dryer soil much better than over-watering. It is recommended to water the tree daily and monitor the wetness of the soil. One of the most important things to remember about the Cedar is that it must have good drainage. The Cedar Bonsai Trees need partial to full sun. Pines are resilient to varying degrees of temperature from warm and dry to the cold and snow. Cedars foliage can be maintained by pinching them back. Their dense needle growth can be thinned to desired shape.Repotting is recommended in early spring.

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